Microsoft SharePoint Framework Training Module - Developing with the SharePoint Framework: Web Parts
This module will introduce you to creating client-side web parts using the SharePoint Framework. In addition, you will see how to leverage both the local and hosted SharePoint Workbench & using different parts of the SharePoint Framework API.
Lab - Developing with the SharePoint Framework: Web Parts
In this lab you work with the SharePoint Framework to create a client-side web part and leverage different parts of the SharePoint Framework API.
- Creating a SharePoint Framework Client-Side Web Part
- Testing with the local and hosted SharePoint Workbench
- Exploring the SharePoint Framework API
Watch the Module - Video
This module has been recorded and is available in the SharePoint Development YouTube channel: SharePoint Framework Training - Developing with the SharePoint Framework: Web Parts
|Lab Manuals / Slides||Andrew Connell (Microsoft MVP, Voitanos) @andrewconnell|
|QA||Rob Windsor (Microsoft MVP, PAIT Group) @rob-windsor|
|Sponsor / Support||Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft) @VesaJuvonen|
|1.2||December 17, 2018||2019Q2 content refresh|
|1.1||September 21, 2018||Rewritten to use latest guidance|
|1.0||~February 2017||Initial release|
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