In this weekly discussion of latest news and topics around Microsoft 365, hosts – Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft), Waldek Mastykarz (Rencore), are joined by Albert-Jan Schot – CTO and MVP at Portiva – Utrecht, Netherlands.
The group discusses differences in development for on-prem (one framework, add boxes) vs cloud (many frameworks, throttling), for business productivity stack (integrate stuff) vs Azure (expose stuff) and for open-source projects (rinse and repeat). Unclear? Watch the episode.
Why develop for M365 as opposed to Azure? It’s not that you choose one or the other. Both so intertwined and converging in a cloud first world. Azure (tools/services) supports so much that we just do AI, Infrastructure, Security, Identity in the process of delivering business solutions. M365 is like an OS providing many services. Our focus is integrating and building on top of M365 – within feature rich environments – Teams, Outlook, SharePoint where our customers conduct their daily business.
As always, if you need help on an issue, want to share a discovery, or just want to say: “Job well done”, please reach out to Vesa, to Waldek or to your PnP Community.
This episode was recorded on Tuesday, April 14, 2020.
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Here are all the links and people mentioned in this recording. Thanks, everyone for your contributions to the community!
Microsoft / PnP articles:
- We’re increasing the number of participants who can be viewed simultaneously on the #MicrosoftTeams meeting stage to 9 | Microsoft
- Share videos and engage with an audience using Microsoft Stream and SharePoint | Sebastien Fouillade (Microsoft)
- Announcing the Microsoft 365 Community Docs | Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft)
- Getting started with Office 365 CLI and PowerShell | PnP Team
- Announcing Microsoft Graph Toolkit 1.2 with new Microsoft Teams Channel Picker web component | Elise Yang (Microsoft)
- Announcing “A Lap Around Microsoft Graph Toolkit” Blog Series | Elise Yang (Microsoft)
- Remote work trend report: meetings | Jared Spataro (Microsoft)
- Working with SharePoint Online modern multilingual with the search Keyword Query Language, Query variables and the modern search webpart | Mahmoud Hassan (Avanade)
- React My Personal Apps (Links) | João Mendes
- Script to update metadata term instances on all SharePoint documents and folders | Joel Rodrigues (Storm Technologies)
- How to : Integrate PnP SPFx React controls inside the Property Pane collection data control | Gautam Sheth (Valo Intranet)
- An Outlook Add-in with SharePoint Framework (SPFx) – Store custom metadata with your mail | Markus Möller (Avanade)
- Access Microsoft Graph API using SFPX with Secured Azure Function | Ejaz Hussain (Content and Code)
- Quick Tip: Understanding the unknown user issue in Microsoft Teams | Jarbas Horst (Valo Intranet)
- Exploring Taxonomy Mapping in PnP Page Transformation | Paul Bullock (Capa Creative)
- SharePoint Framework – Facelift Your Dropdowns With Office UI Fabric Icons | Nanddeep Nachan
- How do I install multiple Node versions on my Windows computer? | Patrick Lamber (Experts Inside GmbH)
- Using Teams Live Events for your Virtual Events | Mark Rackley (PAIT Group)
- DIY: Building a busy light to show your Microsoft Teams presence | Elio Struyf (Valo Intranet)
- How to Add Multiple web parts in a SharePoint Framework (SPFx) solution | Vipul Jain (AWC Software Pvt Ltd)
- Episode #96 – Working with Files in PnPjs | Paolo Pialorsi (PiaSys)
- SPFx – jQuery Owl Carousel with PropertyPanel | Senthamil
- Using Flow to create Microsoft Teams online events via Microsoft Graph | John Liu
If you’d like to hear from a specific community member in an upcoming recording and/or have specific questions to SharePoint/Microsoft 365 engineering or visitors – please let us know. We will do our best to address your requests or questions.
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SharePoint Team, Microsoft – 15th of April 2020