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Formik form in an SPFx web part

I set a goal to do two things in the past two weeks. The first was to get to grips with React Hooks which was the topic of my previous post. The second was to build a custom form in an SPFx web part with React. Co-incidentally, Chris O’Brien published a post last week about ‘tips for building a custom SPFx form’. I want to provide a working example of a custom form in a web part. ...

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Exploring React Hooks in SPFx

The journey to learn SharePoint Framework, TypeScript and React has been quite long and will be continuing for quite some time I think. Some of the courses and resources I have been using include; Course Author(s) Mastering the SharePoint Framework Andrew Connell React: Getting Started Samer Buna JavaScript Fundamentals for ES6 Joe Eames and Scott Allen TypeScript In-depth Brice Wilson React: The Big Picture Cory House Introducing Hooks I have found that to be effective I really have to put in the time to learn JavaScript before TypeScript and then React. ...

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Upgrading K2 4.6.11 to K2 5.2

With the changes made in K2 4.7 and K2 Five, the upgrade process from 4.6.x was a daunting one. There are a number of things that make it challenging including; K2 database consolidation required No support for SharePoint 2010 Newer versions of Windows server and SQL server required No ability to package and deploy from 4.6.11 to 4.7 or 5.2 Functional breaking changes between 4.6.11 and higher versions When we asked for prescriptive guidance on what the process should be, it was difficult to come by. ...

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A starter scaffold for my Azure Functions

I plan to start using Azure functions, Microsoft Graph, SharePoint Online and web hooks to integrate with my applications. I have read a lot of blogs, watched a lot of training videos, watched conference sessions and looked at sample code, but nothing seemed to pull together my basic requirements. These are; Securely manage all secrets Securely connect to SharePoint Online without a user context Securely connect to Microsoft Graph without a user context Log events and telemetry in a central location You might think this would be simple, but that was not my experience. ...