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Create a SharePoint App with React: Styling! Add UI-Fabric controls and styles.

This is part 3 in a series about creating a React App, using the Microsoft PNPJS library and Ui-Fabric in SharePoint. The app will use the Microsoft PNPJS library to surface the data in the backing SharePoint list data. In package.json make sure that “office-ui-fabric-react” is installed. In the src directory, we need to change […]

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Create a SharePoint App with React: Setup

This is part 2 in a series about creating a React App, using the Microsoft PNPJS library and Ui-Fabric in SharePoint. In your SharePoint tenant, create a new folder. I named my folder AppsLibrary. This will be the main home for all the React apps I create in SharePoint. Navigate into the AppsLibrary folder and […]

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Create a SharePoint App with React: Overview

This is part 1 in a series about creating a React App, using the Microsoft Toolkit and Ui-Fabric in SharePoint. There are several ways to use the Microsoft Graph, e.g. JavaScript SDK, Microsoft PNPJS library or the new Microsoft Toolkit, this project will use the PNPJS Library to surface the data in the backing SharePoint […]

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Power Apps: State Management

Why do we need state? We use state in our applications to preserve values, to preserve user set values. We use state to preserve user choices, to preserve app settings and more. State management refers to the management of the state of one or more user interface controls such as text fields, OK buttons, radio buttons, etc. in a graphical […]