In addition to drawing attention to the latest advancements being delivered by the SharePoint Community and Microsoft, Vesa and Waldek’s discussion this week focused on: The continued necessity for code analysis – server-side and browser-side. Fortunately, the job is made easier with the great contributions being delivered by the SPFx community that help drive solid coding projects. Thank you. In the coming week there are more events, fine tuning 1.10 release, CLI updates, and work on Fluid Framework capabilities sure to save users many hours of time.
This episode was recorded on Monday, December 9, 2019.
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SharePoint Saturdays this week – December 14
Here are all the links and people mentioned in this recording. Thanks, everyone for your contributions to the community!
- Updated SharePoint Framework developer training package (December 2019)! | Microsoft
- SharePoint Development Community (PnP) – December 2019 update | Microsoft
- SharePoint Roadmap Pitstop: November 2019 | Mark Kashman (Microsoft)
- How to change the page layout on a modern SharePoint page | João Ferreira (Beezy)
- SharePoint Library Components – Chaining Multiple Library Components – Part 2 | David Warner II (Catapult Systems)
- Dear Microsoft: Site Designs for Good Information Architecture – Too Brittle? | Marc D Anderson (Sympraxis Consulting)
- Community Closeups – April Dunnam | April Dunnam, David Warner II (Catapult Systems), Beau Cameron (Aerie Consulting)
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SharePoint Team, Microsoft – 10th of December 2019