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The yo tools make it rather easy now to add additional web parts and extensions to your SPFx projects. However, I recently ran across this issue which caused me weeks of pain. The scenario starts with this. You create a new SPFx project with a web part...
Recently, I posted about the error ( TypeError: Object doesn't support property or method 'from') you received in Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) when you didn't include the necessary polyfills for PnP JS to work. To resolve the error, previously...
The Fabric React DetailsList component is a great way to display your tabular data when building an SPFx web part. It's nice, but if you have a lot of rows in your list, you might need a sticky header so that you can see which column you are looking...
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You just built this amazing SPFx web part and it works great in modern browsers. You then go to test (or even worse your users go to test) and you find that nothing works. After examining your logs, you start finding the following error message. TypeError...
With React, sometimes the simplest of things are overly complicated. When it comes to creating a page anchor so your users can jump down to a specific point in the page, this one is no exception. From our old HTML4 days, you probably remember you create...
Contrary to popular belief, I still do development. In fact, I do quite a bit of development. In the last couple of years, I have built two mobile platforms as a service using Ionic and Angular. This node.js based development stack positioned me well...
One particular feature in Microsoft Teams that has been a success in my organization is the use of Cloud Storage to provide a hierarchy in Microsoft Teams. If you are not familiar with what I am talking about, I am referring to the Add cloud storage link...
Building SharePoint List Forms with PowerApps is starting to roll out. As you customize your forms, you may get to a point where you want to delete one of them. When you customize a SharePoint List Form in this manner, the PowerApp itself doesn’t show...
I’ve been building forms for a number of business processes lately using PowerApps and some of my tenants recently received the ability to customize forms in SharePoint lists using PowerApps. One common scenario is that you might want to show or hide...
In case you missed it at Ignite, Microsoft announced the new SharePoint Migration Tool that lets you move files to SharePoint or OneDrive in Office 365. I’ve noticed every time this tool comes up there is a lot of confusion and the conversation often...
At Microsoft Ignite, they announced new capabilities for working with themes on modern sites. Although, the new theme picker they have shown has not rolled out, you can still make use of the new theming capabilities right now. Here is what the old theme...
This morning at the Future of SharePoint event, Microsoft announced the General Availability (GA) of SharePoint Server 2016 . While many customers have transitioned to the cloud with Office 365, on-premises SharePoint is still very real and alive. As...
For years, enterprise have been spending huge amounts of money and time building their Intranet on top of the SharePoint platform. Intranets take lots of planning and development even to get the most basic of functionality. Throw in heavy branding and...
Today Microsoft released the IT Preview of SharePoint 2016. We’re going to look at the install process today and point out any differences between previous versions of SharePoint. You can find out more about SharePoint 2016 from the Office blog post ...
Logic apps are a great new feature in Microsoft Azure that lets you connect to a variety of systems and create triggers and events.  This allows you to reproduce some interesting light workflow functionality in an easy manner.  It comes with...
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