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If you're having trouble creating a new plugin on your own, then don't worry, It's actually quite simple!
In order to create a basic plugin, which extends the functionality of a dashboard/widget, use the following basic plugin example
Basically, a plugin is based on two main files:
  • plugin.json - this file contains some basic information on your plugin. Pay attention that the "folderName" and "lastUpdate" parameters are updated automatically:  
  • js file - this file contains the actual code your plugin is executing. Generally, you will use our built-in events in order to trigger your functionalities. For more information on these, check out our developers website  
*Make sure to locate all of your plugins at C:\Program Files\Sisense\PrismWeb\plugins
The attached plugin will print to the developers console that the plugin is active. If you're trying to add a new dashboard functionality, all you need to to is replace this section in the code with your functionality.
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‎03-02-2023 09:09 AM
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