The Yeoman tool serves a similar function to the File/New/Project dialog in Visual Studio. In this video we'll use Yeoman to scaffold a new Add-in project.
- [Instructor] Great, we've got everything installed.…Let's see the Yeoman Generator in action.…I'm gonna create a sub-directory, let's call it demo one.…And then I can run the Office Yeoman Generator.…So I just type yo…office…and we get some wonderful old school ASCII art…which is now very much fashionable again.…
Now I get a choice of Excel, OneNote, Outlook,…PowerPoint, also Project and Word here,…because those all support task pane add-ins.…So I need to…select Word…and it is now already created the directory structure…and all the files,…the scaffolding step is completed.…Now what's happening is NPM is installing all…
- How Office extensions work
- Using the Office.js libraries
- Working with ScriptLab
- Creating an add-in with Visual Studio
- Working with manifests and commands
- Deploying and debugging add-ins
- Developing new add-in controls
- Working with Yeoman, Angular, and React
- Sideloading add-ins to different locations
- Guidelines for designing add-ins
- Using Office application APIs
- Publishing and licensing add-ins
Skill Level Intermediate
Office 365: Administration (2017)with David Elfassy2h 49m Intermediate
What are Office add-ins?2m 34s
1. Getting Started
2. Building Add-Ins with Visual Studio
3. Using Other Libraries and Tooling with Add-Ins
4. Add-Ins for Word, PowerPoint, and OneNote
5. Add-Ins for Excel
6. Add-Ins for Outlook
7. Distributing Your Add-In
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