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Version 1.8.0 of the SharePoint Framework Property Controls (@spfx/spfx-property-controls) has been released. This is an open source library that shares a set of reusable property pane controls, which can be used in your SharePoint Framework solutions. This release includes the following changes: Enhancements New telemetry approach which allows you to use Application Insights instance #79...

 

Version 1.6.0 of the SharePoint Framework React Controls (@spfx/spfx-controls-react) has been released. This is an open source library that shares a set of reusable React controls, which can be used in your SharePoint Framework solutions. This release includes the following changes: Enhancements Disabled property for PeoplePicker #88 Fixes New telemetry approach which allows you to...

 

Version 1.5.0 of the SharePoint Framework React Controls (@spfx/spfx-controls-react) has been released. This is an open source library that shares a set of reusable React controls, which can be used in your SharePoint Framework solutions. This release includes the following changes: New control(s) New PeoplePicker control added #19 Enhancements Added properties to the TaxonomyPicker to...

 

Version 1.7.0 of the SharePoint Framework Property Controls (@spfx/spfx-property-controls) has been released. This is a open source library that shares a set of reusable property pane controls, which can be used in your SharePoint Framework solutions. This release includes the following changes: Enhancements Add npm postinstall script to automatically add the localization config #64 Add...

 

Back in April 2017, I wrote about how you could write unit tests for SharePoint Framework components. This was created by a combination of the dependencies provides by SharePoint Framework itself and enzyme (JavaScript Testing utilities for React). Info: you can read more about writing unit tests for SharePoint Framework components here: Writing unit tests...

 

Automating your builds and releases for SharePoint Framework is easy to achieve in Visual Studio Team Services. In the past, I have written how you can achieve it by using custom Gulp tasks or using the Office 365 CLI. One thing both solutions have in common is that they are taking 5-10 minutes to complete....