Publish SharePoint Framework client-side web parts to Office 365 public CDN

Publish SharePoint Framework client-side web parts to Office 365 public CDN

Recently Microsoft announced the public CDN capability on Office 365. See how to use it to host your SharePoint Framework client-side web parts. Inside is outside SharePoint Framework is a new model for building SharePoint customizations. In contrary to other SharePoint development models available to date, SharePoint Framework encourages us
'TypeError: arguments[i].apply is not a function' error when working with Webpack

'TypeError: arguments[i].apply is not a function' error when working with Webpack

When working with Webpack you might come across the following error: TypeError: arguments[i].apply is not a function So what are you doing wrong exactly? Webpack Webpack is a powerful module bundler. Using Webpack you can combine the different assets that belong together and improve the performance of your
Presenting at SharePoint Saturday Brussels 2016

Presenting at SharePoint Saturday Brussels 2016

Interested in learning about making the best use of the SharePoint Framework and its open source toolchain? Look no further. Meet me in Brussels! Deep Dive building solutions on the SharePoint Framework The must-see session for every SharePoint developer. Learn how to get the most out of the SharePoint Framework
upload-cdn - Is that the ALM story for SharePoint Framework?

upload-cdn - Is that the ALM story for SharePoint Framework?

In his video, Daniel Kogan - Principal Group Program Manager on the SharePoint engineering team - introduces us to the SharePoint Framework. He shows us how it works and how you can build solutions on it. Towards the end of his presentation, he also shows how we can use the
Getting started on the web stack - Office Dev PnP Web Cast

Getting started on the web stack - Office Dev PnP Web Cast

If you're scared by the recent announcements for SharePoint developers, you shouldn't be. You can modernize your SharePoint skills easier than you think. Times they are a-changin' Just recently Microsoft announced a new development model for SharePoint - one based on open source web development tools and JavaScript frameworks. It's