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SharePoint Dev Community (SP PnP) – May 2018 monthly community call recording

SharePoint monthly community call is our monthly event for SharePoint developers to stay up to date on the latest changes to SharePoint Dev topics from engineering and community perspective. This monthly community call is on every second Tuesday of each month where we go through a summary of SharePoint Development engineering news, latest guidance, status in UserVoice, community contributions and other relevant topics.

You can also check the latest updates from the monthly summary at dev.office.com/blogs.
You can download a recurrent invite for these monthly calls from http://aka.ms/spdev-call.

This is the recording of SharePoint Dev Ecosystem / Patterns and Practices (PnP) monthly community call from Tuesday 10th of April 2018. Here’s used agenda with direct links to specific sections, if you want to directly jump to a specific topic (will redirect your browser to SharePoint Dev YouTube Channel).

  • Latest SharePoint community metrics from April 2018 (YouTube, GitHub etc.) –  4:29
  • Top 10 UserVoice entries for SharePoint Dev and quick status – http://aka.ms/spdev-uservoice – 12:03
  • Summary of May 2018 Release – Summary of released materials around SharePoint Development since last monthly call – 13:30
  • Community contributors and companies which have been involved – 15:14
  • A quick look at the updated SharePoint Development roadmap – 17:07
  • Demo – SharePoint Framework solutions as Microsoft Teams tab – Vesa Juvonen – 21:22
  • Demo – Latest changes in PnP Provisioning Schema – Paolo Pialorsi– 30:45
  • Demo – Latest changes in PnP Provisioning Engine – Erwin van Hunen – 45:12
  • Demo – Latest changes in the SharePoint Framework reusable controls – Elio Struyf – 55:18

Full recording – available from SharePoint Developer YouTube channel – http://aka.ms/spdev-videos.

Presentation slides used in the call

Additional resources

Additional resources on covered topics and discussions.

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