- In my previous article, you have learned the basics, prerequisites, and the environment setup for developing SharePoint web parts using React offline compilers.
- The below snapshot shows the content editor web part in edit mode which shows the HTML reference file placed on style library.
@CsharpCorner: Developing #SharePoint #Web Parts With #ReactJS – Part 2 by @nakkeerann cc @CsharpCorner
Open the project using IDE – in this case, Visual Studio code. If you don’t have any IDE, you can simply use notepad to create necessary files.
The below snapshot shows the content editor web part in edit mode which shows the HTML reference file placed on style library. The web part also displays the React component results (username of current logged in user). Similarly, the other data can be retrieved and shown.