In this session of SharePoint Dev Weekly, hosts – Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft), Waldek Mastykarz (Rencore) and special guest Elio Struyf (Valo Intranet), discuss the latest news and topics around Microsoft 365 and SharePoint development. This episode was recorded on Monday, October 21, 2019.
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Topics mentioned in the podcast and video
First section is discussion with Elio Struyf (Valo Intranet) around his thoughts on last week’s Dev Kitchen experience and on building a product using SharePoint Framework:
- High level thoughts on the last week’s Dev Kitchen at Redmond
- Framework and controls are easy to adopt and use.
- Application and tool integration accelerate development time.
- Updates released monthly; regular environment specific testing required.
- Remain current – follow M365 and Azure roadmaps, attend PnP calls.
- Manual testing remains necessary to reflect real-world usage scenarios.
SharePoint Saturdays this week
Here are all the links and people mentioned in this recording. Thanks, everyone for your contributions to the community!
- How to create SharePoint LinkedIn like user profile directory – Velin Georgiev (Pramerica)
- Recipe: Hub sites structure visualization without coding – Sergei Sergeev (Mastaq)
- Using Microsoft Graph Extension with SPFX – Ejaz Hussain (Content and Code)
- PowerApps gallery driven by managed metadata – Anoop Tatti (Content and Code)
- SPFx Application customizer to display agenda using Microsoft Graph Toolkit – Rabia Williams (Engage Squared)
- Agenda component in the Microsoft Graph Toolkit – Nikola Metulev (Microsoft)
- Implement CI/CD with Office 365 CLI for SPFx Library Components – Nanddeep Nachan
- Creating Reports in Power BI using power of Microsoft Flow, Microsoft Graph,SharePoint – Harsh Damania (Tata Consultancy Services)
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SharePoint Team, Microsoft – 22nd of October 2019