SharePoint has evolved a lot over the years, which has caused a fair amount of confusion. This course gives you an introduction to SharePoint Framework, the newest iteration of Office 365 and SharePoint developer story.
SharePoint has evolved a lot over the years, which has caused a fair amount of confusion. SharePoint Framework is the latest iteration of the Office developer story that offers modern client side development methodologies (node, typescript, etc.) applied to SharePoint and Office 365 development. In this course, SharePoint Framework - Getting Started, you'll be introduced to SharePoint Framework and learn how to efficiently utilize it in practice. First, you'll explore the underlying technologies and skills you need to work effectivly. Next, you'll learn about some of the core concepts, such as property panes, interacting with SharePoint, deploying, and bundling. Finally, you'll dive into some best practices. By the end of this course, you'll have a good overview of how to develop with SharePoint Framework, and an understanding of its values.
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.
Hello, my name is Sahil Malik, and welcome to my course "SharePoint Framework - Getting Started".
The development story for the Office Developer has not been a straight line. We have fought the demons of solution packages, in the dungeons of Add-ins and the App Model. We have weilded the power of script injection, while teaching ourselves newer and better technologies and constantly provided better solutions to our customers.
In the latest iteration of the Office developer story, SharePoint Framework offers modern development methodologies, node, typescript, etc. applied to SharePoint and Office 365 development. In it's v1 release, it targets Webparts in Office 365 SharePoint sites. This course gives you a beginner's look at SharePoint Framework, introducing you to underlying technologies and skills you need, followed by concepts such as property panes, interacting with SharePoint, deploying, bundling, and finally some best practices.
At the end of this course, you'll have a good overview of the value of, and how to develop with SharePoint Framework.
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