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I published another extension for your SharePoint Framework solution to check your scripts and correctly reference the external JavaScript libraries in your solutions. The extension is powered by the same APIs of the SharePoint Framework Script Check that was built by Waldek Mastykarz from Rencore. Check out the VSCode extension: SPFx Script Check Feedback and issues If you have feedback or...

 

Today I published a new Visual Studio Code extension that gives you some handy SharePoint Framework code snippets. The first version of the extension only contains a handful snippets but will grow over time. VSCode extension: SPFx snippets Try it out and let me know if you like it. Feedback and ideas If you have...

 

A while ago I wrote two articles about how you can automate the publishing process of your SharePoint Framework scripts and solution package via custom gulp tasks. Info: you can find the articles here and here. These gulp tasks are already a great step forward but still, requires you to manually launch these gulp commands...

 

We all get a lot of emails every day. Did you know that some of these emails are being tracked by others? There are various kinds of email trackers available, most of them work by inserting hidden images and/or changing the links in the mail by a tracking prefix. This allows them to see when...

 

These days I use Azure Functions quite a lot for automating things. Since the general availability of Azure Functions which was announcement back in November 2016, they are becoming even more popular and are being used for various kinds of things. Even the local development process of Azure Functions got a lot better. Right now,...

 

This article is an addition to my previous one about how to automate the publication process of your JavaScript file to Office 365 public CDN. Related article: Automate publishing of your SharePoint Framework scripts to Office 365 public CDN Not long after I had published my previous article, I got the following question on Twitter:...