Monthly Archives: September 2016

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 https://github.com/jtlivio/jl-spfx-project-webparts DEMO

I just recently upgrade node.js on Linux for version v6.6.0, so all my #SPFx webparts stoped working, try to run the command bellow, worked for me @OfficeDev #SPFx-webparts Finally

Recently Microsoft released a the preview version of SPFx, as Microsoft say: “The SharePoint Framework is a Page and Part model that enables client-side development for building SharePoint experiences. It facilitates easy integration with the SharePoint data, and provides support for open source tooling development.” I’ve been use it in windows 10 1670, but in Linux also. This Though, mini Article is a way to provide my experience and some suggestions for you. In my case I use Hyper-V with a VM for 1 processor and RAM defined for max (6GB) Install Lubuntu, its lite and very user friendly. It’s based on Ubuntu but have a lite UI (LXDE). For me the main problem was with the VM Screen resolution, for accomplish this, just run Change this line TO (in my case 1366×768) Then Save and restart At this time, you must follow some procedures in the LXTerminal Install node.js…

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