Webinar | Developing SharePoint Solutions for Microsoft Teams

February is, so we’re told, the “love”-liest month of the year (*chuckle*), and why wouldn’t it be? The waning days of winter? Check. The Super Bowl? With the exception of games that the Patriots play and or/win, totally! An entire holiday focused on loving that special someone in your life? While I may not agree that I need a specific day to tell someone I love them, I’m all about telling them anyway. I’m sure you, our consistent and loyal readers, have heard of a gent named Cupid. For those who haven’t (seriously what did you even learn in elementary school?), in classical mythology, he’s the god of desire, love, attraction, and affection. But when it comes down to it, he just wanted people to work together toward a common goal: happiness. Now, we may not have a god in our ranks at PixelMill, but we do know a guy who has a thing or two to say about the joys of bringing things and people together…
It’s time for the next episode of the PixelMill Webinar Series! In this year’s first session, “Developing SharePoint Solutions for Microsoft Teams”, we welcome back top-gun Eric Overfield (@EricOverfield), President/Co-Founder of PixelMill, Microsoft RD +MVP, and member of the California State Fair Balloon Popping Brigade, to show how the SharePoint Framework and Microsoft Teams can work hand in hand more efficiently than chips and salsa. The SharePoint Framework continues to shine as the best development toolset for SharePoint customization, with ever increasing features and opportunities. Microsoft Teams now includes the ability to integrate SharePoint resources including SharePoint Framework webparts and SharePoint pages directly in Teams tabs and channels.
In layman’s terms, prepare for your mind to be blown.
Why You Should Attend
In this session, we will review the SharePoint Framework with an emphasis on strategies for how and why solutions may be integrated directly into Microsoft Teams. We will investigate the process necessary to integrate SharePoint components into Teams as well as look at how to interact directly with Teams using the SharePoint Framework, Microsoft Flow, and the Microsoft Graph API.
Session Benefits:
• Overview of SharePoint Framework development
• Integration strategies for SharePoint and Microsoft Team components
• Learn how to build SPFx solutions that integrate into Microsoft Teams
Bottom line, this is one webinar to join forces on!
While this session is geared towards those with an understanding of SharePoint and the SharePoint Framework, we encourage all comers to attend this session.  And don’t worry–while this session is an hour long, it includes a 15-minute Q&A from 12:00 PM to 12:15 PM PST.
Bottom line, join us on February 28th at 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM PST. If you have questions now that you want to make sure Eric gets to, send them here.
Register for the webinar!
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