This post was most recently updated on June 24th, 2019.Reading Time: 2 minutes.
I had the honor of speaking at SharePoint Saturday Nashville 2019 again, and it was a lot of fun! I had the chance to meet a lot of new (and some “old”) people. And what a crowd – so many (difficult) questions about SPFx & Teams development… 😬😂
(Don’t want to crawl through the jabbering? Just here for the materials? Well, they are here: SPS Nashville 2019 materials . Thanks for your interest!)
SPS Nashville 2019 from a speaker’s viewpoint
Posting the materials took me a while – apologies for that! My flight home took longer than expected, altogether over 20 hours, and while I tried to upload the slides during the trip, that actually failed over the airport / plane wifi. Even 10 megabytes of data seems to be tough to get out there in one piece…
The event was a lot fun this year, just like last year. A lot of very interested people asking a lot of questions – and while I’m by no means an expert on SPFx development, I hope I was able to clarify the whole scenario a little bit.
If you were there and you have any questions, feel free to ask them in the comments -section below or through the contact form!
The slides for other sessions at SPS Nashville 2019 can be found here: https://spsnashville.org/slides
Below, are my materials from the event :)
Okay, so you can check out the slides on SlideShare:
Code examples for SPFx + Microsoft Teams:
- An SPFx webpart generated with yeoman with SPFx 1.8.2, with the additions to make it Teams-compatible:
- A modernized version of JS-Modern-Calendar (from SPFx samples), updated from 1.6 to 1.8.2 and added a theme change based on Teams theme:
So, I do have the videos out, but unfortunately without the presentation and explanation what’s going on they don’t make THAT much sense… But in the odd case you’re interested, I’ve attached them below!
Demo 2: How to surface an existing SPFx webpart in Teams?
Demo 3: How to add the Microsoft Teams context to your SPFx web part – and resolve a bunch of build issues!
Thanks for stopping by!
Again, thanks everyone for attending, watching, asking questions, all that good stuff!
He's been a developer from 2004 (starting with PHP and Java), and he's been bending and twisting SharePoint into different shapes since MOSS. Nowadays he's not only working on SharePoint, but also on .NET projects, Azure, Office 365 and a lot of other stuff.
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