In this PnP Webcast, we concentrated on the new PnP Tenant Templates, which enable you to define and create complex solutions in Office 365. You can use PnP Tenant Templates to define what kind of elements are structures are being deployed or created in tenant level. Supported capabilities include following: a creation of sites and site collections, defining API permissions, defining hub sites, provisioning tenant themes, provisioning and activating SharePoint Framework solutions.
With PnP Tenant Templates, you can create a “pnp” file, which actually contains large and complex structures. You can then use CSOM or PowerShell to apply these structures to any tenant to get consistent deployments. Notice that you will need to use October 2018 or later version of PnP PowerShell to create PnP Tenant Templates.
The presentation covers the following discussion points:
- What are PnP Tenant Templates?
- Supported capabilities (status on October 2018)
- Roadmap for PnP Tenant Templates
Webcast demo shows the following things:
- Using SharePoint Starter Kit as the example for tenant templates
- What structures are being supported in the PnP Tenant Templates
- Packaging PnP Tenant Templates to pnp files using PnP PowerShell
- Explaining the pnp file structure (OpenXML file format)
The presentation used in this webcast is available from the SharePoint PnP OneDrive account.
Video on YouTube.
See the following resources on the covered topics.
- PnP Webcast – Modernizing your SharePoint sites
- PnP Webcast – Calling Azure AD secured APIs from SharePoint Framework
- PnP Webcast – Introduction to tenant wide deployment of extensions
- PnP Webcast – Using MSGraphClient within SharePoint Framework
- PnP Webcast – Activation options for SharePoint Framework extensions
- PnP Webcast – Consuming taxonomy within SharePoint Framework solution
- PnP Webcast – Debugging SharePoint Framework solutions
- PnP Webcast – Using Docker in SharePoint Framework development
- PnP Webcast – Upgrading Packages in SharePoint Framework Solutions
- PnP Webcast – SharePoint Framework Dialog Framework
- PnP Webcast – Reusable controls for your SharePoint Framework solutions
- PnP Webcast – Site collection app catalog
- PnP Webcast – Including assets in SharePoint Framework solution packages
- PnP Webcast – Migrating to SharePoint Framework Extensions
- PnP Webcast – ALM APIs for SharePoint Framework solutions and SharePoint add-ins (apps)
- PnP Webcast – Defining an icon for the client-side web part
- PnP Webcast – Working with Tenant Properties in SharePoint Online
- PnP Webcast – Deployment options for SharePoint Framework solutions
- PnP Webcast – SharePoint Framework in SharePoint 2016 Feature Pack 2
- PnP Webcast – VSTS Build and Release Pipelines for SharePoint Framework Solutions
- PnP Webcast – Common (mis)conceptions about SharePoint Framework
- PnP Webcast – Introduction to Visual Studio Extension for SharePoint Framework
- PnP Webcast – Calling external APIs securely from SharePoint Framework
- PnP Webcast – SharePoint Framework and organizational considerations
- PnP Webcast – Provisioning SharePoint assets for your SharePoint Framework solution
- PnP Webcast – Validating SharePoint Framework client-side web part property values
- PnP Webcast – Getting started with SharePoint Framework
What is SharePoint / Office Dev Patterns & Practices (PnP) webcast series?
SharePoint / Office Dev Patterns & Practices (PnP) webcast series covers different patterns, practices, and topics around development with Office 365 and SharePoint. The majority of the topics are valid for the Office 365 and SharePoint on-premises. All webcasts are published at the PnP YouTube channel with additional references to the existing materials.
PnP is a community-driven open source initiative where Microsoft and external community members are sharing their learning’s around implementation practices for Office 365 and SharePoint on-premises (SharePoint Framework and add-in model). Active development and contributions happen in our GitHub repositories. Latest activities and future plans are covered in our monthly community calls which are open to anyone from the community. More details on community calls and open-source projects are available from http://aka.ms/sppnp.
If you have any questions, comments or feedback on SharePoint Development topics, PnP program or this blog post, please use the Microsoft Tech Community (SharePoint Developer group).
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SharePoint Team, Microsoft – 3rd of December 2018