For now we as plug-in developers had set some fancy colouring for our entry points.
Let's give the COYO admins the chance to adapt the plug-in styling to their COYO.
For now we can achieve this using the plug-in configuration option.
To display configuration fields in the COYO admin area we need to add a
config property at the root of our manifest.
All configurations will be passed to our plug-in with the PluginAdapter's init resolved data which we already know from the last step of this tutorial.
So we only have to make use of it now.
First let's adapt the second entry point so that it also includes our
main.js and initialises and executes all
<!DOCTYPE html> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <title>COYO Demo Plug-in</title> <meta content="A simple demo plug-in" name="description"> <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Source Sans Pro"> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="styles.css"> </head> <html> <body> <h1>Hello COYO - Entry Point 2</h1> <p>Welcome to our first static plug-in :)</p> <p>This is View 2.</p> <script src="main.js"></script> </body> </html>
Now let's adapt the
plugin.ts (ending up inside the
main.js) to read and use the background color configured value.
Reinstall the plug-in, add both entry points somewhere in your content. Do they both have the same configured background color?
The result of this step can be seen at branch 3-configuration of our demo project
Let's add some more personal taste to our plug-in. We will embed some music through a Spotify widget. Wouldn't it be great if any page or community admin can choose the favourite song of their audience to greet them with?
We can achieve this through making the song link locally configurable.
Again, deploy and reinstall your plug-in with the updated manifest.
Now add a widget with entry point 2, select the song or playlist to be displayed to your audience (e.g. https://open.spotify.com/track/60nZcImufyMA1MKQY3dcCH) and sing along.
The result of this step can be seen at branch 3a-configuration of our demo project
Great, the selected playlist is displayed in our plug-in. It's just looking bit cut off and the scrolling bar...
The plug-in adapter can help here, too. Have a look at the guide and try to fix this yourself.
The result of this step can be seen at branch 3b-configuration of our demo project
Updated 7 months ago