SharePoint Framework Special Interest Group (SIG) bi-weekly community call recording from March 11th is now available from the Microsoft 365 Community YouTube channel at http://aka.ms/m365pnp-videos. You can use SharePoint Framework for building solutions for Microsoft Teams and for SharePoint Online.
New Microsoft 365 Extensibility look book gallery preview released. Work continues on Microsoft Viva Connections – an extensibility model to be previewed in weeks. Register now for March trainings on Sharing-is-caring. Latest project updates include: SPFx v1.12 release – ETA – in days. PnPjs Client-Side Libraries v2.3.0 release scheduled for March 12th, v3.0 Hub planning and discussion issues posted - issue #1636. CLI for Microsoft 365 Beta v3.7 delivered. Reusable SPFx React Controls – v2.5.0 and Reusable SPFx React Property Controls – v2.4.0 delivered. PnP Modern Search v3.18.0 released March 9th, v4.1 in progress. There were five PnP SPFx web part samples delivered last week. So useful! The host of this call is Patrick Rodgers (Microsoft) @mediocrebowler. Q&A takes place in chat throughout the call.
DataTable web part for rendering data from lists with advance features – this web part provides an easy way to render an interactive SharePoint custom list in DataTable view with many configuration options in the property pane. Provides all the important table formatting features like: Search & exclude from search, filter, pagination, column selection, column ordering, alternative row formatting, etc. Export the selected table data to CSV or PDF. Uses PnPjs, React property controls.
Building List Search web part for showing data flexibly from lists or libraries – this React list search web part allows the user to show data that’s pulled from different lists or libraries on multiple sites into a searchable summary list. Presenter steps through extensive, appropriate configuration options. Functionally - Select source data - sites, lists and fields, and Set up destination (summary) list columns, formatting, filtering, and on-click dynamic data functionality. Full documentation with sample.
Using a web part to control which Sites have been granted permissions in Azure AD application – the Sites Selected Admin SPFx web part enables Site Collection Admins to check which in scope apps have been added to a SharePoint site, to list Azure AD registered apps using Microsoft Graph API scope, and to add SharePoint sites to the Azure AD listed Apps. Uses functional components to granularly control apps accessing their SharePoint sites using Microsoft Graph APIs.
SPFx web part samples: (https://aka.ms/spfx-webparts)
Feedback - Abderahman Moujahid
Search Directory - Abderahman Moujahid
As is the case this week, samples are often showcased in Demos. Thank you for your great work.
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Repo - List Search
Documentation - Permission resource type
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Microsoft 365 Patterns and Practices team - 12th of March, 2021
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