SharePoint Framework Special Interest Group (SIG) bi-weekly community call recording from January 2nd is now available from the SharePoint Development YouTube channel at http://aka.ms/spdev-videos.
Topics covered: Updates on SharePoint Framework from Microsoft SharePoint engineering, latest on PnPjs Client Libraries, Office 365 CLI, SPFx Reusable Controls, and on the PnP Yeoman Generator. Highlighted: Final validation of SPFx v1.10 before release next week, PnPjs v2 documentation has been updated – http://aka.ms/pnpjs and a new version 2.4.0 PnP Office 365 CLI has been released.
Three very useful demos were delivered during this session: 1) Getting started on consuming community GitHub sample solutions a step-by-step on how to consume PnP SPFx web parts, extensions and other sample solutions. Starting with setting up the requisite developer environment and then accessing sample solutions by SPFx version, 2) Using Project Online REST APIs with SharePoint Framework – the power of using SPFx for Project Online REST API access for both extensability and development time savings and finally 3) Live demos of upcoming SharePoint Framework v1.10 features – a quick look at at three new SharePoint Framework v1.10 features – Teams (Personal apps), New extension – query suggestions (Search Query Modifier component) and Office add-ins for OWA (SharePoint web part visible in OWA).
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 – 6:57
- PnPjs Client Libraries – 12:08
- Office 365 CLI – 14:48
- SPFx reusable controls – 15:58
- PnP Yeoman Generator – 16:47
- Getting started on consuming community GitHub sample solutions | David Warner (Catapult Systems) – 18:20
- Using Project Online REST APIs with SharePoint Framework | Joel Rodrigues (Storm Technology Ltd) – 33:12
- Live demos of upcoming SharePoint Framework v1.10 features | Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft) – 44:40
Additional resources around the covered topics and links from the slides.
- The presentation used in this community call
- SPFx Web Parts
- SPFx Extensions
- SPFx Library Components
- SPFx Solutions
- SPFx Compatibility Matrix
- SPFx Version Guidance
- NVM Node Management
- Sample – Project Online REST APIs with SharePoint Framework
- Blog Post – Project Online REST APIs with SharePoint Framework
- Article on SPFx 1.10 – Preallocating space for SharePoint Framework extension Placeholders
- Released – Preview v2.4.0 of PnP Office 365 CLI – get the beta in npm install -g @pnp/office365-cli@next
- Released – Reusable React SPFx Controls v1.16.0. Property Controls & React Controls
- Documentation – PnPjs v2 documentation
- Link – Microsoft 365 developer training
- Link – Office 365 Developer Program
- Video – Preview of new capabilities with SharePoint Framework version 1.10
- SharePoint Framework React Controls v1.10.0 released
- SharePoint look book v2
- 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 January 16, 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!
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SharePoint Team, Microsoft – 3rd of January 2020