Month: May 2017

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SharePoint Framework Discussion with Andrew Connell

Fellow MVP and slinger of semi-colons Andrew Connell is running a “SharePoint Framework in Your Own Words” series on YouTube, gathering opinions from various community members on the current (and future) state of SharePoint development. I had a chance to chat with AC at the SPTechCon conference in Austin, in which we discuss the benefits of […]

Announcing the SharePoint Framework Extension for Visual Studio

When Microsoft released the first developer preview of the SharePoint Framework, they took a big gamble by introducing a core dependency on modern web development tools such as Node.js, Gulp and the Yeoman Generator.  Such tools are largely unfamiliar to many classic ASP.NET developers and, by extension, most of the SharePoint development community. Although learning […]