Newsletter – Episode 80

Episode 80 – October 18, 2016

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cool pic Patterns and Practices (PnP) – October 2016 release now available

SharePoint/Office 365 Dev Patterns and Practices (PnP) October 2016 release is out with new contributions from community for the community. This post contains all the details related on what was included with the release and what else has been happening in the PnP world during the past month.

cool pic SharePoint Server 2016 Recap from Microsoft Ignite

This post is a brief recap by Bill Baer of several new announcements about capabilities coming to on-premises SharePoint customers, as well links to additional sessions of interest related to SharePoint Server 2016, hybrid, and migration from Ignite.

cool pic Office 365 Groups update at Ignite 2016

Microsoft key Ignite session, ‘Discover Office 365 Groups—overview, administration and roadmap’, presented a comprehensive overview and update on Office 365 Groups.

cool pic Announcing the preview of the Office 365 adoption content pack in Power BI

Understanding how your users adopt and use Office 365 is critical for you as an Office 365 admin. It allows you to plan targeted user training and communication to increase usage and to get the most out of Office 365.

videos & presentations

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PnP Webcast – Introduction to PnP Templates Gallery

This PnP Webcast covers SharePoint Patterns and Practices (PnP) Templates Gallery, which is an open source remote provisioning template gallery for PnP provisioning templates. PnP Templates Gallery can be used to consume and share PnP provisioning templates with SharePoint on-premises and SharePoint Online.

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Get updates to SharePoint team sites and publishing

Take a demo-rich, first look tour of how the Microsoft SharePoint team plans to transform your intranet into a mobile and intelligence powered experience.

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Build client-side web parts for Microsoft SharePoint

The Microsoft SharePoint Framework provides powerful capabilities to extend your sites through client side web parts. Learn to build new client side web parts for your existing and new team sites, both on-premises and in the cloud.

blogs & tutorials

How to version new SharePoint Framework projects

Project versioning as we used to know it was not a big challenge. Not as long as you only used Visual Studio. The thing is that assigning a proper version of your SharePoint Framework project is trickier than simply apply a single version to it.

Office 365 PowerApps Deep(ish) Dive – Part 1

This is part one of the series that explores PowerApps. It dives into the key capabilities in Office 365 and SharePoint to create business solutions.

Try SharePoint Framework without installing it

Here is a blog post by Waldek Mastykarz about how you can SharePoint Framework without installing it, or any of its prerequisites, on your machine.

Free eBook: Programming Microsoft Office 365

Download free eBook – an excerpt from the new book from Paolo Pialorsi about Programming Office 365.

SharePoint Framework: how to properly dynamically populate dropdown property pane fields

In this post Wictor Wilen shows how to dynamically populate drop downs in the property pane for client-side Web Parts in the new SharePoint Framework.

SharePoint Server 2016 dev/test environment in Azure

This article steps you through the creation of a SharePoint Server 2016 dev/test farm hosted in Microsoft Azure.

How To Prepare For SharePoint Server 2016 Upgrade From 2010

This article gives an information for getting yourselves prepared for the SharePoint Server 2016 upgrade from SharePoint 2010.

Tools

SPFx 40 Fantastics Web Parts

This package is a sample kit of great Client Side Web Parts built on the SharePoint Framework SPFx. You can find here different kind of high visual web parts as carousel, images galleries, etc.

People who worked on this episode

Have a great week!

The end!

Best regards,
Belarus SharePoint Community,
Newsletter Founders.

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