Building Client Side Web Parts: SharePoint Framework, React & Office UI Fabric


In mid-August, Microsoft made the first drop of the SharePoint Framework (SPFx) Developer Preview on Github. Just 2-1/2 months later, we're looking at Drop #5. Microsoft's revving fast! SPFx facilitates easy integration with SharePoint data by embracing the latest in web development trends. Join us for a deep dive into building client side web parts using the SharePoint Framework as long-time SharePoint developer Travis Lingenfelder walks us through: Available tooling, Prescribed open-source toolchain including Node.js & Yeoman, Facebook's React front end JavaScript framework, Using React & Office UI Fabric for a consistent look and feel and great user experience.

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  • Travis Lingenfelder

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    Travis Lingenfelder started his career working for a small engineering firm as both a server administrator and a developer. When SharePoint came along it seemed like a natural fit utilizing both of these passions. Travis has spent the majority of the past 12 years focused on consulting and creating solutions with SharePoint for business of all sizes. Today, his primary focus is helping companies migrate to and adopt Office 365 and its various services, including SharePoint Online. In the time he has worked with SharePoint, there have been many changes, and he sees the shift that is currently happening with SharePoint Online to be the most exciting yet.

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Nov 9, 2016

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