SharePoint Dev Weekly is a videos series where Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft) and Waldek Mastykarz (Rencore) will have a weekly discussion on the latest SharePoint Dev topics. They will talk about few specific topics in the video and we’ll collect also other weekly SharePoint Dev news on these blog posts so that you can easily follow the most interesting engineering and community articles from one single location. This video was recorded on Sunday 17th of February 2019.
Video at SharePoint Dev YouTube channel.
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Topics mentioned in the video
Discussions in the video were on the following topics:
- Open source and community learnings
- Understanding different customers and their situations
- Why people should stop using XML based on customizations in SharePoint, including also the “save site as a template” functionality
Here are all the links and people mentioned in this video. Thanks, everyone for your contributions to the community!
- Debugging a Microsoft Teams Tab built with SharePoint Framework – Vardhaman Deshpande (Content and Code)
- Deploy Google Analytics globally on modern SharePoint – João Ferreira (BindTuning)
- Locate pages where a particular web part is being used on modern SharePoint sites – Mikael Svenson (PuzzlePart)
- Consider Avoiding Declarative Permissions with Azure AD Services in SharePoint Framework Projects – Andrew Connell (Voitanos)
- Better logging in gulp tasks for SharePoint Framework – Elio Struyf (Valo Intranet)
- Remove SharePoint site from Tenant – David Ramalho (BindTuning)
- Handling JSON in Microsoft Flow – Thomas Berman (Cadenza Software)
If you’d like to have a specific visitor in the weekly videos and/or have specific questions to SharePoint 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 – 18th of February 2019