Build multi-page SharePoint Framework client-side web parts with Angular v1.x

Build multi-page SharePoint Framework client-side web parts with Angular v1.x

When building SharePoint Framework web parts using Angular you might need to implement multiple views. Here is how to do it without breaking other web parts on the page. One web part, multiple views When building web parts you might need to implement multiple views and switch between them depending
Build custom controls for the SharePoint Framework web part property pane

Build custom controls for the SharePoint Framework web part property pane

When building SharePoint Framework web parts you might want to provide your users with a user experience for configuring the web part beyond what's available out of the box. Here is how you can build custom property pane controls for SharePoint Framework web parts. Configuring web parts SharePoint Framework offers
Use cascading dropdowns in SharePoint Framework web part properties

Use cascading dropdowns in SharePoint Framework web part properties

When building SharePoint Framework web parts one property might depend on another. Here is how to implement this using cascading dropdowns and the standard building blocks. Web parts are for end-users Web parts empower users to create rich pages with information tailored to their needs. By configuring web parts users
How to use Masonry in SharePoint Framework client-side web parts

How to use Masonry in SharePoint Framework client-side web parts

Masonry is a popular library frequently used in JavaScript customizations. Here is how you can use it in SharePoint Framework. Masonry - Cascading grid layout library If you ever built a client-side solution that shows a number of cards - be it images or text, there is a chance you've
Unity Connect 2016 presentation slides available

Unity Connect 2016 presentation slides available

At the recent Unity Connect 2016 I had the pleasure of presenting a session about building productivity solutions using the Microsoft Graph. Here are the presentation slides that I used. Ask Us Anything - SharePoint Framework Edition Due to a change in the schedule, fellow MVPs Chris O'Brien and Scot