Microsoft SharePoint Framework Training Module - Using React and Office UI Fabric React Components
This module will introduce you to extending leveraging React and Fabric React controls in the SharePoint Framework solutions.
Lab - Using React and Office UI Fabric React Components
In this lab you work with React and the the SharePoint Framework to extend the user interface with the React web framework.
Watch the Module - Video
This module has been recorded and is available in the SharePoint Development YouTube channel: SharePoint Framework Training - Using React and Office UI Fabric React Components
|Lab Manuals / Slides||Andrew Connell (Microsoft MVP, Voitanos) @andrewconnell|
|Sponsor / Support||Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft) @VesaJuvonen|
|1.1||March 13, 2019||Rewritten to use latest guidance|
|1.0||~February 2017||Initial release|
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