You don't need a CDN

You don't need a CDN

Many articles about building SharePoint Framework solutions mention uploading your files to a CDN. But are you sure you actually need one? What is a CDN Content Delivery Network (CDN) is a system, that uses servers distributed around the globe to deliver files to users. By automatically choosing the server
Presenting at Microsoft Ignite 2017

Presenting at Microsoft Ignite 2017

Interested in the SharePoint Framework? Join me at Microsoft Ignite 2017! I'll have the pleasure and honor of co-presenting two sessions about the SharePoint Framework. Update Sep 21: For personal reasons I won't be joining Ignite after all. Nevertheless, the sessions I mention below go on as planned as I
Build SharePoint Framework solutions for SharePoint Online and on-premises

Build SharePoint Framework solutions for SharePoint Online and on-premises

Now that you can build SharePoint Framework solutions for both SharePoint online and on-premises, you need to decide which one you want to target. SharePoint Framework for on-premises Yesterday, Microsoft announced the long-awaited support for SharePoint Framework on-premises. With the release of Feature Pack 2, we are now able to
Why you should consider installing the SharePoint Framework Yeoman generator locally

Why you should consider installing the SharePoint Framework Yeoman generator locally

When SharePoint Framework was released publicly, I started wondering: how can we use the latest generator while supporting older projects? Following the recommendations When you setup your development environment for building SharePoint Framework solutions, you start with installing Yeoman and the SharePoint Framework Yeoman generator. You follow the recommendation and
Don't wait for someone else to find your bugs

Don't wait for someone else to find your bugs

I hate bugs in my code. They keep me awake at night and keep me from moving on with my work. Some bugs confront me with my lack of focus, other puzzle me. Some prove that I don't know everything. Some bugs are downright annoying. Bugs suck. I know you