Category Archives: Typescript

I usually use PnP JS to make my calls in a SPFx Webpart, this is a great framework, you can expand lookup fields simple and clean. The problem is you cannot use Project Fields in order to query 2 levels, let’s start with an example: In this case you are expanding Title from Workshop and Id from Participant, what about if Workshop have a relation with a City List? in this case you have to use projected fields to query a List from another List Projected Fields From Microsoft, an example I’m exploring a framework CamlJS from Andrei Markeev in order to smooth the user experience in TypeScript in a ReactJs WebPart. This framework was originally developed for JavaScript, so I ended up with some problems. First the result of the Caml Query add a perfix to the Object as you can see here $N_1 is the View and $o_1…

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This article will help you to create a SharePoint WebPart using the new Framework SPFx and the PnP JS Core. My first though was how populate my PropertyPaneDropdown in the Properties Panel. After some research, there is and Interface, the IPropertyPaneDropdownOption that must be imported from the preview of ‘@microsoft/sp-client-preview’ This is great because you can populate OnInit before the DOM render. The other big deal is CRUD among Typescript. SPFx is flexibly enough to use your favorite Framework, but the preferred is React. All source code is in my Repository on GitHub, if i need help somehow please, comment here or Clone my project for SPFx demos CLONE INSTRUCTIONS DEMO