SharePoint Framework Special Interest Group (SIG) bi-weekly community call recording from January 30th is now available from the SharePoint Development YouTube channel at http://aka.ms/spdev-videos.
Updates on SharePoint Community resources and activity and from Microsoft SharePoint engineering. Recently announced developer social media handle and hashtag name changes as Microsoft focus transitions from Office 365 to Microsoft 365. PnPjs v2.0.2 (resolves module issues) released, PnPjs v2.0.1 now unpublished, and first of a series of videos on PnPjs v2 just released. Office 365 CLI – new preview version 2.6 released. Reusable SPFx Controls – new Beta v1.17 React Controls is available and React Property Controls – 1.16.0 is current. Finally, SPFx Generator v1.11.0 is released.
Two demos are delivered in this session:
- Low-code SharePoint web part to provision Teams structures as personal apps. This demo presents a low code solution for surfacing SharePoint applications in Teams and Group Chats. The solution is a configurable SharePoint Tabs web part – that allows users to very quickly add a tab in their Teams environment that displays a targeted SharePoint page.
- Using Microsoft Graph to get group member presence details in SPFx solution. The presenter steps through getting Group members presence information through Graph API into a SPFx People Web Presence Web part.
Thank you PnP community members for your great work on controls, demos and documentation.
This call was hosted by Patrick Rodgers (Microsoft)
- Latest updates on SharePoint Framework – 5:53
- PnPjs Client Libraries – 9:20
- Office 365 CLI – 11:15
- SPFx reusable controls – 12:18
- SPFx Generator – 13:44
- Demo: Low-code SharePoint web part to provision Teams structures as personal apps | Bob German (Microsoft) | @Bob1German – 15:29
- Demo: Using Microsoft Graph to get group member presence details in SPFx solution | Luis Mañez (ClearPeople) | @luismanez – 23:53
Additional resources around the covered topics and links from the slides.
- The presentation used for this community call
- Video – Intro to PnPjs v2
- Blog article: Building Microsoft Teams apps with SharePoint Pages – Part 1, Get Started | Bob German (Microsoft) | @Bob1German
- Blog article: Building Microsoft Teams apps with SharePoint Pages – Part 2, Build your Own | Bob German (Microsoft) | @Bob1German
- Sample: Using Microsoft Graph to get group member presence details | Luis Mañez (ClearPeople) | @luismanez
- Graph SDK Design Repo
- Fluent Investigations JS Library Wiki
- Graph .Net Contributions
- SharePoint Framework 1.10
- Site templates: SharePoint look book
- Sharing is Caring guidance
- Updated SPFX Training Package
- SPFx Web Parts
- SPFx Extensions
- SPFx Library Components
- SPFx Solutions
- SPFx Compatibility Matrix
- Documentation – PnPjs v2 documentation
- Link – Microsoft 365 developer training
- Link – Office 365 Developer Program
- SharePoint Framework React Controls v1.10.0 released
- New SharePoint Framework web part sample gallery – aka.ms/spfx-webparts
- Latest documentation on SharePoint Framework
- Found an issue with SharePoint Dev? – please let us know at http://aka.ms/spdev-issues
- @pnp scoped libraries
- Reusable web part property controls
- Reusable react controls for SharePoint Framework solutions
- Reusable controls webcast
- Office 365 CLI
- PnP SPFx Yeoman Generator – Extends the out-of-the-box experience with open-source community capabilities
- SharePoint Dev UserVoice – for new feature requests
Other mentioned topics
Next Meeting is on February 13, 2020, see you in the new year!
- SharePoint Framework engineering update from Microsoft
- Office 365 CLI Updates
- SPFx reusable controls
- PnP SPFx Yeoman generator
- Possible engineering asks for the field – input, feedback, and suggestions
- Cover any open questions on the client side development
- Demonstrate SharePoint Framework in practice – also community demos are more than welcome (let us know, if you’re interested)
You can download recurrent invite from https://aka.ms/spdev-spfx-call. Welcome and join the discussion!
“Sharing is caring”
SharePoint Team, Microsoft – 31st of January 2020