Webinar Recap | Build SPFx Webparts

We hope you enjoyed “Build Your First SharePoint Framework Webpart” last week! We apologize if anyone was having sound issues during the webinar. Thankfully, the recording we got didn’t catch any of that! So, if you missed any details during the session or didn’t get a chance to join us, below is a webinar recap and the recording.

How to build SharePoint Framework (#SPFx) based webparts
In typical Eric Overfield fashion, this was a fast-paced, and information-packed session! We started off with an overview of the SharePoint Framework (#SPFx). Eric works through what it is, how it has grown since 2003, and all the different stages it’s gone through. We then jump into the toolchain itself and look at just how we will be building our framework web parts. Eric shows us how different this is than classic SharePoint development and how that’s a good thing! Following that, we transitioned into looking at the webpart components – what makes up a webpart and how it all fits together. Eric concludes by talking about the extras of webparts, specifically looking at how to add webpart properties, how packaging works, and covering just about anything else that comes with playing around with webparts.

For those wanting to view Eric’s slide deck, it is available to view here.

Interested in Learning More? Join Us for May’s Webinar!
Don’t forget to join us for our May webinar, “Use Office UI Fabric To Beautify SharePoint” on Thursday, May 25th at 11 AM PST.
When Microsoft released the Office UI Fabric, they enabled SharePoint Developers to quickly build custom webparts, controls. and applications. Each can now inherit the innate look and feel of Office 365 and SharePoint with easy-to-use structured code.
After a quick introduction to the basics of Office UI Fabric, Eric will dig into code samples so you can build your own custom applications. In this webinar, users will:

  • Be introduced to the Office UI Fabric
  • Learn how to use Office UI Fabric with React to leverage repeatable components and controls.
  • See how you can begin using Office UI Fabric React

After this session, you will walk away with the samples needed to begin building your own custom webparts!
Save your spot today and register here.

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