SharePoint Patterns & Practices - SharePoint Framework Community Call recording - 12th of October



SharePoint Patterns and Practices (PnP) - SharePoint Framework and PnP JS Core Special Interest Group (SIG) bi-weekly call recording from the 12th of October meeting is now available from PnP YouTube channel at The presentation is available from the PnP docs at


Topics covered on 12th of October 2017

  • Latest on PnP JS Core library -  7:18
  • Latest announcements and roadmap for SharePoint Framework - 10:10
  • DEMO - Tenant Properties capability for SharePoint Framework Solutions - Chakkaradeep (Chaks) Chinnakonda Chandran - 17:30
  • DEMO - Discuss Now - List View Command Set with Microsoft Graph integration - Paolo Pialorsi - 27:39
  • DEMO - Open source reusable SPFx controls - new initiative under the SharePoint PnP umbrella - Elio Struyf - 41:07

SharePoint Framework and JavaScript development Special Interest Group bi-weekly calls are targeted for anyone who's interested in the client-side development capabilities with SharePoint. We'll cover the latest news from engineering first and then concentrate on community or engineering demos. 


You can download recurrent invite from Welcome and join the discussion. If you have any questions, comments or feedback, feel free to provide your input as comments to this post as well.

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Thanks for your great sharing! Where can I find documentation about the launched client site web parts - on classic pages - on-premises as well as online? 

Hi Morten,

oob client-side web parts are not supported on classic pages or in on-premises. List of available web parts in SharePoint Online appears to be in following page -

1) So the info around 13:40 in the video is only related to "custom" (Spfx-created) web parts? 2) What is the roadmap related to ootb webparts in classic sites, then?

Hi Morten,

case by case.


1. You can find more on the SharePoint Framework support in on-premises from our official documentation and communications. This was the announcement blog post - Right now you can only use custom web parts in on-premises, since on-premises does NOT support modern UI experiences.

2. There are no plans to introduce oob modern web parts to classic experience