In my previous post, I wrote how you could trigger the page into edit mode from within your SharePoint Framework solution. One thing which I did not explain is how you can check the current display mode your page is in. Related article: Trigger the edit page experience from your SharePoint Framework solution For web...Read More →


This is a quick article to show you how you can open the edit page experience from your SharePoint Framework solution. Such a trigger could be useful so that you can trigger the page its edit mode from within your web part, footer, … Nothing more to say about it, so here is the code:...Read More →


Depending on the solution you are creating, you might want to know on which type of site your SharePoint Framework solution is currently running. This could be useful to enable or disable certain functionalities the solution you are creating depending on the type of site. For example: enable some extra collaboration features in your solution...Read More →


When creating solutions with SharePoint Framework, in many cases you might want to call some API endpoints. Like for instance the SharePoint rest API or Microsoft Graph. To speed up your development, testing and overcome issues like CORS (cross-origin resource sharing). You might have implemented some mock data objects or mock services which return static...Read More →


The reason you probably read this post is that you already wrote some unit tests for SharePoint Framework projects and you stumble upon a problem and want to debug one of your unit-tests. Apparently, the process is not so easy as linking your debugger to the gulp test task. There is a bit more plumbing...Read More →