SharePoint Saturday Brussels 2016 presentation slides available

SharePoint Saturday Brussels 2016 presentation slides available

At the recent SharePoint Saturday Brussels I had the pleasure of presenting a session about building solutions on the SharePoint Framework. Here are the presentation slides that I used. Deep Dive building solutions on the SharePoint Framework The must-see session for every SharePoint developer. Learn how to get the most
SharePoint CRUD operations in SharePoint Framework client-side web parts

SharePoint CRUD operations in SharePoint Framework client-side web parts

When building web parts on the SharePoint Framework you might need to interact with list items. To help you get started, SharePoint Patterns and Practices published a set sample Web Parts. SharePoint list items CRUD operations SharePoint lists are a convenient place for customizations to store their data. By using
Building SharePoint Framework Client-Side Web Parts with React

Building SharePoint Framework Client-Side Web Parts with React

SharePoint Framework natively support building Client-Side Web Parts using React. Here is a sample Web Part illustrating the different pieces of a Client-Side Web Part built using React. React for Web Parts React is a powerful framework for building web applications with dynamic user interfaces. It's focusing on the UX
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
Is it worth preparing for the SharePoint Framework already?

Is it worth preparing for the SharePoint Framework already?

I started learning React before I knew how I could use it with the SharePoint Framework. Was it a bad gamble or did it pay off after all? Preparing for cooking in the Dev Kitchen I receive an invitation for participating in the SharePoint Dev Kitchen. Topic? A new development