Office Development MVP / Office 365 & Azure Development

 

Version 1.10.0 of the SharePoint Framework Property Controls (@pnp/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 PropertyFieldPeoplePicker: Security groups come back with EntityType of FormsRole rather then SecGroup #93 PropertyFieldCollectionData: Add the current row’s information in the onGetErrorMessage callback #92 Fixes

 

Version 1.8.0 of the SharePoint Framework React Controls (@pnp/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 PeoplePicker: Specify to hide or show the users/groups which are hidden in the UI #122 WebPartTitle: changing font-sizes on different resolutions #114 WebPartTitle: Added accessibility tags for web part title #121 ListView: Resizable columns - introduced a isResizable property #119 FieldNameRenderer double click support added #116 TaxonomyPicker: table markup changed to DIV #113 PeoplePicker: ability to specify the source site to load users from #110 TaxonomyPicker: Disable the terms which are set as deprecated or unavailable for tagging #109 PeoplePicker: Specify principle type to retrieve (users, groups, …) #94 Fixes

 

Probably one of the most difficult things when working with application customizers is how it behaves while navigating. Modern sites have their own page navigation mechanism which provides a great user experience as the page does not require a full-page refresh. Only the things that are changed will get loaded/unloaded from the page.

 

Have you ever wondered what exactly determines in which language SharePoint will be loaded? In this article, I will explain what the flow is which determines the UI language. Site language settings It all starts with the supported languages on the site. You can check them out here: https:///_layouts/15/muisetng.aspx.

 

For Valo Intranet, we recently started using MkDocs (https://www.mkdocs.org/) for building our product documentation. The great part about MkDocs is that can generate a completely static HTML site based on Markdown files. This makes it easy to maintain and can live in a source-controlled environment. MkDocs is for example used in projects like Office 365 CLI, PnP SPFx React and Property controls for the documentation.

 

Version 1.7.0 of the SharePoint Framework React Controls (@pnp/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 PeoplePicker: added functionality to initialize the control with person(s) or group(s) #98 PeoplePicker: support for searching on contains #93 PeoplePicker: find user based on email address #95 Bundle size: statically reference Office UI Fabric components in the FieldRenderer controls #107 Fixes