New File components in Microsoft Graph Toolkit v2.2.0

Context With the latest release of Microsoft Graph Toolkit (MGT) v2.2.0, Microsoft Graph's team introduced two brand new UI components File and File list to work with files and folders from OneDrive or SharePoint. In this article, I'll show you a quick overview of what's available with these new components so let's go! File component … Continue reading New File components in Microsoft Graph Toolkit v2.2.0

Upgrade your SharePoint Framework (SPFx) projects to v1.12.1 with CLI for Microsoft 365

Context With the recent release of SharePoint Framework (SPFx) v1.12.1, it's now time to upgrade your projects for this brand new version. I made my first project upgrade last week and everything went well! This task can be greatly reduced in time by using CLI for Microsoft 365 especially the spfx commands group. In this … Continue reading Upgrade your SharePoint Framework (SPFx) projects to v1.12.1 with CLI for Microsoft 365

Microsoft 365 PnP Weekly – Episode 117

Hi everybody, Thank you for your amazing feedbacks on my last article about SPFx and Microsoft Graph Toolkit which was featured in the last PnP Weekly Episode 117 🙂 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c5Kq-nCS7fM Read the full article on the Microsoft 365 PnP blog: How to start a new SPFx web part project with Microsoft Graph Toolkit and ReactMicrosoft … Continue reading Microsoft 365 PnP Weekly – Episode 117

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How to start a new SPFx web part project with Microsoft Graph Toolkit and React

Context Microsoft Graph Toolkit is a set of reusable components working with Microsoft Graph to accelerate your web developments with SharePoint Online, Microsoft Teams and more. With this kit, developers don't have to write any code for authentification and authorization so I'm sure you'll save a lot of time using it in your various projects. … Continue reading How to start a new SPFx web part project with Microsoft Graph Toolkit and React

Develop single page experiences in SharePoint Online with SPFx web parts

Context Recently, some people asked me how to develop full custom SharePoint Online pages with SPFx. This is possible with the single part app page which provide a great way to host SharePoint Framework (SPFx) web parts or Microsoft Teams apps into single web pages without user configuration available. Let's have a look at this … Continue reading Develop single page experiences in SharePoint Online with SPFx web parts