Please read through my previous article, Develop First Client-Side Web Part to get started, develop your first SPFx client-side web part, and test it on a local SharePoint workbench. In real-life scenarios, we will have to deploy these SPFx web parts to some hosting environments from where it can be served to SharePoint. Below are the most… READ MORE
In this webinar, you will learn how to create client-side Web Parts and Extensions with SharePoint Framework leveraging both the Microsoft Graph and 3rd Party APIs. In order to attend this webinar you need a basic understanding of SharePoint Framework development.
Join Sébastien Levert, Giuliano De Luca & Robrecht Van Caenegem for a panel discussion on ‘Show me something cool and useful in 5 minutes built on SPFx’.
Frequently Asked Questions on SharePoint Framework and modern experiences from SharePoint EngineeringBlog Posts
There are never any shortages on the needs to customize SharePoint and OneDrive to fit your business needs. In this post the SharePoint Engineering team will highlight the top questions and answers on the SharePoint Framework (SPFx) and modern experiences. I’m on classic experience so cannot use SharePoint Framework, is this correct? That is not… READ MORE
Hub sites bring a set of common functions to all sites that belong the hub, but extensions are not propagated to all sites automatically. With PnP PowerShell is possible to automate the installation of Application Customizers through the sites, the script below search for all sites associated with hub and apply the custom action to… READ MORE
Basics SPFx has a built-in mechanism, which holds some configuration values for you. For example in runtime, you can read them and determine if you are running locally or not. You can verify if you are in debug mode or not. You can do some other things as well. Let’s take a closer look at… READ MORE
Whether with SharePoint 2016 On-Premises or Online with Office 365, the landscape has changed. We’ve seen a whole new SharePoint Team Site arrive, and with it, a lot of questions for us regarding customisations. In this session, we’ll go over some of the new possibilities available through the SharePoint Framework (SPFx), as well as take… READ MORE
SharePoint development is hot again with the newly introduced SharePoint Framework. Back in 2016, this was big news, which also changed the landscape for a lot of developers. It uses a completely new set of tools like Node.js, Gulp, Webpack and more. In this session, you will get an overview of these “new” tools and how… READ MORE
With the SharePoint Framework in place it is time to start learning about the introduced libraries and technologies, like for example React. Are you a SharePoint developer that wants to enhance its developer toolset with React? In this session, you will learn the things you need to start using React in your applications or SharePoint… READ MORE
The SharePoint Framework is the future of SharePoint development and customisation yet its underlying language, TypeScript, is unknown to most developers. Let’s fix that now. This session is your chance to learn what TypeScript is all about and will get you started on your path to become a pro as quickly as possible. TypeScript is… READ MORE