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Microsoft SharePoint Framework Training Module - Working with the Web Part Property Pane

This module will introduce you to leveraging the property pane for client-side web parts.

Lab - Working with the Web Part Property Pane

In this lab you work with the SharePoint Framework to extend client-side web parts using the property pane.

Demos

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: Working with the Web Part Property Pane

Contributors

Roles Author(s)
Lab Manuals / Slides Andrew Connell (Microsoft MVP, Voitanos) @andrewconnell
QA Rob Windsor (Microsoft MVP, PAIT Group) @rob-windsor
Sponsor / Support Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft) @VesaJuvonen

Version history

Version Date Comments
1.4 May 29, 2019 2019Q4 content refresh
1.3 March 6, 2019 FY2019Q3 Content refresh
1.2 January 17, 2019 Slide updates, added screencast link to readme
1.1 December 12, 2018 Rewritten to use latest guidance
1.0 ~February 2017 Initial release

Disclaimer

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