Don't use PropertyPaneTextField with numeric web part properties

Don't use PropertyPaneTextField with numeric web part properties

When building SharePoint Framework client-side web parts, don't use PropertyPaneTextField to manage values of numeric web part properties. Here is why. Configure with ease What distinguishes web parts from other SharePoint customizations is how easily you can configure them to your specific needs. Using web parts, you can compose pages
Logging in SharePoint Framework solutions

Logging in SharePoint Framework solutions

Proper logs are invaluable when your solution isn't working as expected. Here is how you can log information in the SharePoint Framework. You're blind without logging When building software it's hard to avoid bugs. The more complex the solution, the bigger the odds that one of its parts will malfunction
Write conditional code in the SharePoint Framework

Write conditional code in the SharePoint Framework

Did you know, that when building SharePoint Framework solutions you can easily include code that will be available only in the debug build? Conditional code in c# When writing c# code, you might have used the #if compiler directive. Combined with the DEBUG symbol, it allowed you to write
Temporary workaround for working with SharePoint Framework dialogs

Temporary workaround for working with SharePoint Framework dialogs

If you want to work with SharePoint Framework dialogs today, here is how to do it. SharePoint Framework dialogs In the recent release of the SharePoint Framework, Microsoft introduced a separate package for working with dialog windows. This package is an addition to SharePoint Framework solutions and can be used
Building shared code in SharePoint Framework - revisited

Building shared code in SharePoint Framework - revisited

A while back, I wrote about building shared code (dll-code) on the SharePoint Framework. It turns out, I missed a few important details. Here is how it should be done. Sharing code between web parts When building SharePoint Framework client-side web parts, it's only a matter of time before you