SharePoint Framework Extensions (SPFx) allow you to customize facets of SharePoint beyond just Web Parts. In addition to teaching how to write, deploy, and uninstall SPFx extensions, this course also covers Office 365 CDN and column formatters.
To develop consistently for both on-premises and Office 365, you need SharePoint Framework Extensions (SPFx). In this course, SharePoint Framework Extensions, you'll learn about SPFx extensions and exactly how to efficiently write, deploy, and uninstall them. First, you'll delve into SPFx extensions, application customizers, field customizers, and ListView Command Sets. Next, you'll explore practical scenarios, such as deployment, installation, uninstallation, and judicious usage. Finally, you'll learn about the Office 365 CDN, the Site Collection App Catalog, and column formatters. By the end of this course, you'll have a better understanding of how to use SharePoint Framework Extensions to customize and extend the SharePoint user experience.
Sahil Malik has been a Microsoft MVP for the past 8 years, author of several books and numerous articles in both the .NET and SharePoint space, consultant and trainer who delivers talks at conferences internationally.
Course Overview Hello, my name is Sahil Malik and welcome to my course, SharePoint Framework Extensions. We finally have a consistent dev model between SharePoint On-Premises and SharePoint Online. A dev model that is built on open and modern technologies. The newest entrant in this dev model are the SharePoint Framework Extensions. These allow you to modify portions of the SharePoint user experience other than web parts. You can modify well-defined areas of SharePoint pages using application customizers, take over the rendering of any column using field customizers or add custom commands using list view command sets. In this course I explain all three SharePoint Framework Extensions with the necessary demonstrations and code. Additionally I also talk about deployment, both at the site collection level and at the tenet level and related concepts such as Office 365 CDM and column formatters, and yes, there are plenty of interesting tips and tricks along the way. At the end of this course you should feel comfortable extending SharePoint user experience to more than just web parts, using SharePoint Framework Extensions. I hope you find this course useful and thank you for watching.