Easily add tenant-wide deployment information for your SharePoint Framework extensions

Easily add tenant-wide deployment information for your SharePoint Framework extensions

Starting from SharePoint Framework v1.6.0, you can have your SharePoint Framework extensions consistently enabled across the different sites in your tenant. And you can add all the necessary deployment information with a single click directly in Visual Studio Code.
Don't pass the whole web part context into your React components

Don't pass the whole web part context into your React components

Passing the whole web part context into React components might seem convenient at first, but is far from it in the long run.
You need to connect only once in the Office 365 CLI

You need to connect only once in the Office 365 CLI

When working with the Office 365 CLI, you need to connect to SharePoint only once.
Simulating throttling in SharePoint

Simulating throttling in SharePoint

When you communicate with SharePoint using its APIs, you have to assume that you might get throttled. Here is how to verify if your application can handle it correctly.
Office 365 CLI v1.6.0

Office 365 CLI v1.6.0

We've just published a new version of the Office 365 CLI with new commands for working with and managing Office 365 tenants and SharePoint Framework projects on any platform.