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Join Me at SPFest Seattle 2019 for Sharepoint Framework Development

Monday, August 5, 2019 10:14 AM

I just a few short weeks I will be at the SharePoint Fest (SPFest) conference in Seattle presenting a few sessions for developers. This is expected to be a great conference just like other SPFest conferences such as those in Washington DC and Chicago. You’ll find me presenting full-day & half-day workshops as well as 3 sessions at this show.

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JavaScript + SharePoint Framework Summer Camp Calls - July 3 & July 18, 2019!

Monday, July 1, 2019 2:30 PM

Microsoft regularly hosts three different community calls under the SharePoint PnP program on various topics. However, during the month of July 2019 schedules are getting a bit out of control with various vacations where no one from the Microsoft side can host the calls and start the recordings. So, they are taking the month of July 2019 off.I volunteered to host two calls in July for those of us who don’t want to miss the JavaScript & SharePoint Framework Special Interest Group calls! These will be similar to the Microsoft-hosted calls, but just hosted and run by the community. We’re calling these Summer Camp Calls!

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SharePoint Framework v1.8.2 (and v1.8.1) - What's in the latest Update(s) of SPFx?

Thursday, May 9, 2019 11:12 AM

Earlier this week, on Tuesday, May 7, 2019, Microsoft released v1.8.2 of the SharePoint Framework (SPFx). A little over a month ago, I wrote about the v1.8.0 release. Since then we had another minor release (v1.8.1) released on April 16, 2019. In this post, I’ll summarize what you can find, and share some additional details I found after spending some time picking apart the last two minor releases.

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Mastering the SharePoint Framework - Sprint 16 adds SPFx with Teams, SPA's and Tons of Updates

Saturday, May 4, 2019 7:41 AM

I’m excited to share this latest update to my course, Mastering the SharePoint Framework for developers. This update, packaged as sprint 16, includes one new chapter and a LOT of updates. When I originally planned out sprint 16, I intended to record a lot of new content. However when the SPFx v1.8.0 release came out there were enough changes to SPFx that I decided to go back and update the course, including adding some new lessons, completely re-recording existing lessons and updating quite a few lessons (both video & notes).

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Leverage Custom Permissions in Azure AD Applications

Wednesday, February 20, 2019 9:42 AM

In my last post, Securing an Azure Function App with Azure AD - Works with SharePoint Framework!, I showed how you can secure a REST API deployed as an Azure Function App using Azure Active Directory (AzureAD). This comes in quite handy when you want to secure some custom server-side business logic that'’s called from a SharePoint Framework (SPFx) client-side solution. The SPFx docs show how to use APIs with permissions to the Microsoft Graph. This post will explain how to add custom permissions to the AzureAD application that is used to secure your Azure Function.

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Securing an Azure Function App with Azure AD - Works with SharePoint Framework!

Monday, February 18, 2019 9:30 AM

I recently published a new chapter in my Mastering the SharePoint Framework on-demand course for developers that included a section that showed how to call a REST API deployed using an Azure Function App and secured with Azure AD from the SharePoint Framework. When I was working on this chapter, it felt like the process of configuring an Azure Function App to be secured with Azure AD was harder and more complex than it should have been. Specifically, some of the things you do aren’t explained as well… so I decided to blog about it here!

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