Using Angular in Office Add-ins & Office UIFabric - My Interview on the Adventures in Angular Podcast. This week I was interviewed on a popular podcast all about Angular: Adventures in Angular.
I'm a big fan of this show... if you're working with Angular I strongly recommend it as they do a great job of keep you aware of what's going on in the space. In this episode (#76), the hosts wanted to talk to me about using Angular within Office Add-ins as well as the Office UI Fabric. We started by talking a little about how Microsoft has been moving to embrace this style of development more over the last few years.
But then we move on the meat & potatoes: Office Add-ins. Office Add-ins. GitHub - OfficeDev/Office-Add-in-Fabric-UI-Sample. Microsoft Fabric UI. Office Developer. Dev Center - Docs - Data visualization style guidelines. Good data visualizations help users find insights in their data.
They can use those insights to tell stories that inform and persuade. This article provides guidelines to help you design effective data visualizations in your add-ins for Excel and other Office apps. UI Fabric. Create your first Excel add-in using Office UI Fabric. With the new application model for Office comes a brand new way of extending Office with your own functionality – using the tools and dev stacks that we already know and love.
This blog post demonstrates a few different ways to interact with the Office context. Reading and writing data from the current user selection and bindings. In addition, Different styles and components from the Office UI Fabric library are used throughout this Office add-in. The objective is to get familiar with some of the possiblities that we have when building Excel add-ins. The blog post is divided into multiple steps and should be followed in a chronological order. Office UI Fabric. Use our design language in your own experience Styles Fabric gives you access to Segoe, Microsoft’s official typeface, along with the color palette, type ramp, icons, and responsive grid for Office 365.
Icons Fabric includes Office’s official product icons.