Category: SPFx

SPFx Debugging Page Reloader
SPFx Debugging Page Reloader
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Whenever we want to debug an SPFx webpart on a site page we always search for the localdebug URL i.e.,  ?loadSPFX=true &debugManifestsFile=https://localhost:4321/temp/manifests.js   and append it to the site page. Many times it is not very handy as the port number might be different and there might be additional query parameters appended to the URL. I… READ MORE

Create your first Adaptive Card Extensions (ACEs) with SPFx
Create your first Adaptive Card Extensions (ACEs) with SPFx
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Introduction In this article, we will learn how to extend your Viva Connections with our known SharePoint Framework (SPFx). We can extend our Viva Connections dashboard with out-of-the-box web parts, custom SPFx web parts, extensions, and now with Adaptive Card Extensions, etc. What is Adaptive Card Extension? Adaptive card Extensions are a new component type that… READ MORE

Paging for SPFx Solutions with PnP Pagination Control
Paging for SPFx Solutions with PnP Pagination Control
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Overview Paging is a nice way to get faster access to data as well as give a nice user experience to browse through huge data. While working with SharePoint lists and libraries having a huge number of items or documents paging makes the navigation through data easy. In this article, we will explore using the… READ MORE

Implement Expand Collapse in SPFx with JavaScript
Implement Expand Collapse in SPFx with JavaScript
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Overview Expand / collapse (aka Accordion) is a very common requirement in SPFx web parts. There are various npm packages available for implementing this. In this article, we will explore implementing expand / collapse functionality in SPFx using plain JavaScript. Although the implementation is with plain JavaScript, it can also be used with React based… READ MORE

A SPFx Table Of Contents Extension for SharePoint
A SPFx Table Of Contents Extension for SharePoint
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A SPFx table of contents for your SharePoint modern pages to direct the readers where they need to be, in addition to making your pages more reader-friendly. On your SharePoint pages, using a table of contents can be useful to direct the reader to exactly where they need to be, in addition to making your… READ MORE

Nicole Enders interviews Vesa Juvonen
Nicole Enders interviews Vesa Juvonen
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Community Reporter Nicole Enders interviews Vesa Juvonen, Senior Program Manager, OneDrive – SharePoint Engineering. Video Transcript Nicole: Okay welcome to the ESPC 2019 we are sitting here at the community reporter booth I have Vesa here as my interviewee. Vesa: Thank You for having me. Nicole: You’re a principle program manager at Microsoft so for… READ MORE

SPFx: Don’t (always) start from scratch
SPFx: Don’t (always) start from scratch
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The SharePoint Framework (SPFx) is a development framework for the modern SharePoint experience. It’s platform-agnostic, working on both PC and Mac, and is based on open source technologies such as Node.js, Gulp, Webpack, and Yeoman. With SPFx, it’s possible to add web parts to classic and modern pages with responsive and accessible controls. The performance is reliable and it’s possible… READ MORE