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. In this episode, guys were joined by Chris Kent (DMI) to talk about the work he is doing around the SharePoint Development topics.
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Topics mentioned in the video
Here are all the links and people mentioned in this video. Thanks, everyone for your contributions to the community!
- Opening SharePoint Dev Blog for community posts – SharePoint Team (Microsoft)
- MVP Article – Using Theme Colors in List Formatting – Chris Kent (DMI)
- TypeError: Object doesn’t support property or method ‘from’ with PnPJS and Internet Explorer 11 – Corey Roth
- 3 ways to create and debug Azure Functions – CLI, VS Code and Visual Studio – Chris O’Brien (Content and Code)
- Multilingual and Modern SharePoint – Joanne Klein
- Augment SharePoint site provisioning with messaging in real-time with Socket.io – Beau Cameron
- Dynamic SPFx Package Bundling – David Warner (Catapult Systems)
- Code Splitting in SharePoint Framework – Vardhaman Deshpande (Content and Code)
- Executing batch requests with Microsoft Graph and SharePoint Framework (SPFx) – Markus Möller (Avanade)
- Extract and customize a single web part from the SharePoint Starter Kit – NaS IT
- Pimp your PnP PowerShell – Erwin van Hunen (Rencore)
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SharePoint Team, Microsoft – 9th of October 2018