#K2 #SharePoint

Switching to K2 SmartForms mid project

Background I have been working with K2 products for more than ten years (since 2003) in various roles. Over that time there have been periods of frustration, especially where I have had to support solutions built by other people where they have used InfoPath and a lot of custom code in the workflows. We didn’t previously license the K2 SmartForms piece of the solution, and I have to admit that I was a little sceptical about how good SmartForms would be and how well it would be able to deliver on the requirements we have. ...

#SPFx #Formik #Office 365 #Office UI Fabric React #OfficeDev #React #SharePoint #Form

Formik form in an SPFx web part

I set a goal to do two things in the past two weeks. The first was to get to grips with React Hooks which was the topic of my previous post. The second was to build a custom form in an SPFx web part with React. Co-incidentally, Chris O’Brien published a post last week about ‘tips for building a custom SPFx form’. I want to provide a working example of a custom form in a web part. ...