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A contacts app for Nextcloud. Easily sync contacts from various devices with your Nextcloud and edit them online.
This app only support vCard 3.0 and 4.0. This app is compatible with the same browsers as server except IE!
In your Nextcloud, simply navigate to "Apps", choose the category "Organization", find the Contacts app and enable it.
Then open the Contacts app from the app menu.
If you need assistance or want to ask a question about Contacts, you are welcome to ask for support in our Forums or the IRC-Channel. If you have found a bug, feel free to open a new Issue on GitHub. Keep in mind, that this repository only manages the frontend. If you find bugs or have problems with the CardDAV-Backend, you should ask the team at Nextcloud server for help!
This is a complicated answer. We did not invent the way contacts works. We are following the official vCard format. This format include a predefined set of properties that other applications/devices supports too (Android, iOS, Windows, Gnome...). Adding a custom property would just make it compatible with Nextcloud and will not be understood by any other clients and make it complicated for us to ensure its sustainability over time.
Long story short, we suggest you use the Notes field to add your custom data :)
If you'd like to join, just go through the issue list and fix some. :)
# set up and build for production make # install dependencies make dev-setup # build for dev and watch changes make watch-js # build for dev make build-js # build for production with minification make build-js-production
You can use the provided Makefile to run all tests by using:
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This guide will help you get started: