We hope you enjoyed “Use Office UI Fabric to Beautify SharePoint” last week! Eric Overfield stayed up late for us and delivered an amazing session from across the pond in London. Shout out to hotel internet in the UK for your brilliant connection—we owe you one.
How to give Your SharePoint experience a makeover with Office UI Fabric
This was a fast-paced and information packed session for the history books! We started off with an overview of Office UI Fabric. Who is it? What does it do? Will it make me a burrito in the middle of the night? While it may not have the dexterity to satiate your midnight hunger pains, Office UI Fabric is sure to be your new best friend. This framework for building custom Office 365/SharePoint experiences is a must have for all developers. Is it open source? Why yes it is, and you are free to tweak it as much as possible to match your specific needs. Eric walks you through utilizing and extending UI Fabric to it’s full potential and explains why you’ll want to include Office UI Fabric in every project you can. Eric concludes by bringing back his new favorite toy, the SharePoint Framework (#SPFx), to show how you, UI Fabric, and the framework can become a better trio than the cast of Who’s The Boss.
For those wanting to view Eric’s slide deck, it is available to view here.
Interested in Learning More? Join Us for June’s Webinar!
Don’t forget to join us for our May webinar, “Supercharge Your SharePoint Framework Webpart with React” on Thursday, June 29th at 11 AM PST.
This session will include:
– An overview of React
– Many techniques and endpoints to connect React with the SPFx
– The necessary code to build webpart samples
While this session is geared towards those with a basic understanding of the SPFx and its toolchain, we encourage newcomers to dive right into React, become familiar with its paradigms and find the right tools, hooks, and methods available in the SPFx. Join me to create a powerful toolset for your next SharePoint project.
Save your spot today and register here.