Getting started with the Integrations Widget
Igloo developers will be able to create their own widgets, which can be used on an Igloo site through the Integrations Widget (Fig. 1.1):
(Fig. 1.1) The Integration widget is how custom widgets are served on a page.
All of the custom widgets you build will be available to you through the Integrations Widget. It can be configured anywhere that widgets can be used on your Igloo site, allowing a developer to deploy a single, or multiple instances, of their custom widget (Fig 2.1):
(Fig. 2.1) The Integrations widget can be deployed anywhere widgets are supported.
Your Igloo-provided Azure instance
All of your custom widgets are hosted in a private Azure instance that is provided by Igloo to all developers that sign-up. You will see your individual widgets in the carousel of the Integrations Widget when you drag-and-drop it to a page (Fig 3.1):
(Fig. 3.1) All of the widgets you load into your private repo will appear in your Integration Library.
Igloo provides an official deployment tool for your custom widgets as an npm package: @igloosoftware/ig-deploy.
If you’re ready to build your own custom widget, follow these steps to get started: