Common issues when working with SharePoint Framework API permissions

Common issues when working with SharePoint Framework API permissions

SharePoint Framework API permissions significantly simplify connecting to APIs securing with Azure AD. There are however a few things that you need to watch out for or you will be stuck.
Easily grant API permissions using the Office 365 CLI

Easily grant API permissions using the Office 365 CLI

Granting API permissions without SharePoint Framework packages just got easier with the Office 365 CLI.
Upgrade your SharePoint Framework projects to v1.7.0 using the Office 365 CLI

Upgrade your SharePoint Framework projects to v1.7.0 using the Office 365 CLI

Recently, Microsoft released a new version of the SharePoint Framework (v1.7.0), with tons of new features. The latest version of the Office 365 CLI will help you upgrade your existing SharePoint Framework projects to benefit of the latest capabilities.
Does your SharePoint Framework solution contain vulnerabilities?

Does your SharePoint Framework solution contain vulnerabilities?

An npm audit reports almost 300 vulnerabilities on a newly created SharePoint Framework project. What are the odds that because of the sheer number, developers ignored the warnings altogether and provided you with a solution that exposes your organization to security risks?
250+ vulnerabilities in a new SharePoint Framework project

250+ vulnerabilities in a new SharePoint Framework project

When you create a new SharePoint Framework project, npm warns you of over 250+ vulnerabilities. Should you be worried?