Webinar | Supercharge Your SharePoint Framework Webpart with React

**DATE CHANGE! This Webinar will now be taking place on July 20th.
Throughout the history of the world, the universe, and even just the internet, there have always been great teams the likes of which legends are made of. Pairings that just go hand and hand so perfectly. Think about it: would Jordan have won as many championships without Pippin? Could Ernie have stayed on Sesame Street without Bert? No way Dyna Girl would have solved as many crimes without Electra Woman. And don’t me started on the month of July and webinars! Okay well now that you mention it…
It’s time for the next episode of the PixelMill Webinar Series! In this month’s session “Supercharge Your SharePoint Framework Webpart with React”, President/Co-founder of PixelMill, 2-time Microsoft MVP, Microsoft Regional Director, and former professional popsicle juggler Eric Overfield returns to our really-popular-with-teens-and-housewives webinar series to show you why the the tag team of React and the SPFx is the peanut butter and jelly sandwich of our SharePoint Lunchbox.
Attendees will get a look at how to create well-designed and intuitive webparts in your next project by combining the SharePoint Framework (SPFx) with React – one of the most popular Javascript Libraries that is key to building a feature-rich web interface. During this session, Eric will go over what’s attractive about using React on the SharePoint Framework (spoiler alert: the SharePoint Framework itself is built using React! So React is already available for you to use). Next, we will check out the multitude of ways to connect the dots between the two sides. Finally, Eric will leave you with the necessary code needed to build webpart samples.
Phew. This is going to a wild journey. Somebody find me a hobbit.
Why You Should Attend
Besides the fact that webinars are an excellent way to engage with fellow community members and industry thought leaders, this is a chance to expand your knowledge and find suitable solutions for custom webparts. Throughout the session, users will get a good look at the many techniques and endpoints to connect React with the SPFx. For the SharePoint developer, React is important because Microsoft made a decision to give it a prominent role in the SPFx. Additionally, React is well-suited for client-side web part development, which tends to focus more on UI development.
While this session is geared towards those with a basic understanding of the SPFx and its toolchain, we encourage newcomers to dive right into React, become familiar with its paradigms and find the right tools, hooks, and methods available in the SPFx. But 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.
So join us on July 20th at 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM PST and create a powerful toolset for your next SharePoint project.
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