SharePoint is continuously evolving, and it has offered the SharePoint Framework as a new development model to extend the modern SharePoint user interface. The development paradigm has shifted from the server-side to the client-side development involving various open-source tooling and modern toolchain. As a result, relevant technical expertise and analytical skills are required to do such tasks. This book aims to equip you with enough knowledge of the SharePoint Framework in conjunction with skills to use powerful tools such as Node.js, npm, Yeoman, Gulp, TypeScript, and so on to succeed in the role of a SharePoint developer.
The book starts with a brief introduction to the SharePoint evolution across versions and the rise of the SharePoint Framework and the opportunities you may come across along with an overview of the key topics covered in the book. You will learn how to set up the SharePoint Framework. Before diving into several supervised, unsupervised and other practical use cases of the SharePoint Framework, you will learn how to develop SharePoint Framework solutions using React JS, Angular JS, Knockout JS, and PnP JS and utilize third-party npm packages. You will learn various methodologies to deploy the SharePoint Framework solutions, implement best practices, upgrade techniques, build custom components, and continuous integration and delivery pipelines for SharePoint Framework solutions with Azure DevOps.
A step-by-step guide to acquire knowledge of the SharePoint Framework (SPFx), build it from scratch, and gradually move towards developing practical examples.
- Master the concept of the SharePoint Framework (SPFx)
- Deploy SPFx solutions into CDNs (Azure Storage and O365 Public CDN)
- Learn SharePoint operations with SPFx
- Consume the Microsoft Graph and third-party APIs in SPFx
- Upgrade solutions from deployment scenarios
- Continuous integration and delivery pipelines for the SharePoint Framework solutions with Azure DevOps
- Develop practical scenarios
What Will You Learn
By the end of the book, you will come across a few case studies to put your knowledge gained into practice and solve real-life business problems such as building custom components such as web parts and extensions. You will learn how to consume the Microsoft Graph and third-party APIs, develop Custom App Pages, implement Library Components, extend MS Teams with SPFx, and implement CI/CD pipelines for the SharePoint Framework solutions with Azure DevOps. Remember to practice examples provided as the code bundle for each chapter in this book to master these techniques.
Who This Book is For
The book is intended for anyone looking for a career in modern SharePoint, all aspiring SharePoint developers who want to learn the most powerful technique to extend the SharePoint user interface or working professionals who want to switch their career in SharePoint. While no prior knowledge of SharePoint, open-source tooling and modern toolchain or related technologies is assumed, it will be helpful to have some programming experience.