Building shared code in SharePoint Framework - revisited

Building shared code in SharePoint Framework - revisited

A while back, I wrote about building shared code (dll-code) on the SharePoint Framework. It turns out, I missed a few important details. Here is how it should be done. Sharing code between web parts When building SharePoint Framework client-side web parts, it's only a matter of time before you
Build better solutions on the SharePoint Framework - Rencore webinar recap, recording and Q&A

Build better solutions on the SharePoint Framework - Rencore webinar recap, recording and Q&A

Recently I had the honor of co-presenting a webinar with Andrew Connell about the new SharePoint Framework. Here is the recording and answers to the questions asked during the webinar. SharePoint Framework - a new powerful SharePoint development model SharePoint Framework is a new model for building SharePoint customizations. Leveraging
5 ways to load templates in SharePoint Framework Client-Side Web Parts built using Angular

5 ways to load templates in SharePoint Framework Client-Side Web Parts built using Angular

One of the key elements of each Angular application are templates used to display data. Here are 5 ways how you can define them in SharePoint Framework Client-Side Web Parts built using Angular. Angular for the masses Angular is one of the most popular JavaScript frameworks for building client-side applications.
Building dll-code in SharePoint Framework

Building dll-code in SharePoint Framework

When building multiple Web Parts on the SharePoint Framework you might want to deploy the shared code separately rather than including it with each Web Part. Here is how to do it. A new model SharePoint Framework is a new model for building SharePoint customizations. It uses build toolchain based
How does SharePoint Framework know which Web Part to run

How does SharePoint Framework know which Web Part to run

So you would want to build a SharePoint Framework solution with a couple of Web Parts. But then you wonder: how would SharePoint know which Web Part it should run when? With no explicit relationship between the code and the manifest, would you need a separate project for each Web