Building a Client Side Web Part on the SharePoint Framework using React and the Office UI Fabric
In this developer focused session, we will introduce you to the basics of building client side web parts on the new SharePoint Framework. We will briefly cover the tooling that you will need to get started and then dive right in. You will see how to create a great experience utilizing Office UI Fabric components and get a basic understanding of using the React library as a basis for your client side web parts. This presentation is full of useful tips & tricks for the modern SharePoint (web) developer and can be used as a reference in guiding you through your own efforts.
Travis Lingenfelder is the principal consultant and founder of Constellation Solutions. Before becoming involved with SharePoint he worked as a developer and a server administrator. Making the transition to SharePoint seemed like a natural fit. Travis has spent the majority of the past 12 years focused on consulting and building solutions for users on the SharePoint platform. Over that time, SharePoint has changed a lot, and he sees the one currently happening with SharePoint Online, the most exciting yet.
Webhooks and Connectors – Integrating Your LOB systems with Office 365 Groups & Teams
Microsoft’s collaboration technologies in Office 365 provide a great foundation for today’s information worker. But your business is not 100% in Microsoft’s cloud. Fortunately, there are integration points into the Office 365 environment for your businesses. This session will explore and demonstrate these technologies.
Paul Schaeflein is a solution architect/developer with experience in all versions of the SharePoint platform. He has more than three decades experience in architecting, designing and developing software solutions. This experience covers a vast range of technologies, languages and industries.
Paul is a top-rated speaker, having presented at SharePoint Evolutions,the SharePoint Evolutions Roadshow,the Microsoft SharePoint Conference and TechEd conferences, as well as user groups. In recognition of community efforts, Microsoft has awarded Paul as a Most Valuable Professional (MVP) six times. Paul is also a Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD) for SharePoint.
Getting into Valero's Campus
Use the main gate. It has a guard until around 6pm. If there isn't someone there, use the call button and let the operator know you're there for the SharePoint and .Net User Group meeting.
Once you're through the gate, turn right. Park in the garage at the far end of the campus. Enter Building D through the garage entrance on the ground floor.