Tag: ECMAscript

 

Where is the breadcrumb in SharePoint 2013? There isn’t one out-of-the-box, but this post helps you to get one back. The out-of-the-box Seattle or Oslo master pages don’t have a breadcrumb located in their HTML markup. That makes navigating from sub-sites to their parent site difficult, if you have not set a good global navigation structure.

 

Today I received my Office 365 account, so I thought it would be cool to check out if my sandbox web part, that I have created some time ago, is working on SharePoint Online. Here is the link to the original blog post: Creating a Sandboxed Visual Web Part from the To-do List

 

In my previous blog post I showed you how to create a to-do list with ECMAscript, the only problem is that you need to append the HTML and JavaScript code to a Content Editor Web Part. This isn’t very flexible and therefore I made this blog post. The purpose of this post is to show you how to add this code to a Sandboxed Visual Web Part.

 

In one of my previous post I created a task manager with ECMAscript. In this post I will go a step further and create a to-do list. This to-do list that enables you to add new items, delete items and mark them as completed. To-do list final result Download the solution package

 

What if you could manage your task statuses by just a drag and drop action? Wouldn’t that be cool? This was the idea that a colleague and I had last week. Concept For this concept I am only going to use the following task statuses: Not Started In Progress Completed To visualise the task items, I have created three task status blocks.