Microsoft has announced today the general availability of SharePoint Framework (SPFx 1.0). Quite the milestone!
Over on Office Dev Center there is a document called SharePoint Framework (SPFx) enterprise guidance, which offers a thorough rundown for developers. GitHub also has the release notes, which is recommended reading if you are going to install immediately. If you’d prefer your details lighter you can read the official SharePoint Framework release announcement from Microsoft on Office Blogs: SharePoint Framework reaches general availability—build and deploy engaging web parts today.
Sources: Microsoft – Office Dev Center; Office Blogs & GitHub
Microsoft Enterprise Services is one of the largest consulting and support businesses in the world. The team there has pulled together 8 useful tips for using Azure SQL Data Warehouse effectively. Learn more here.
Source: Azure Blog, “Microsoft Enterprise Services Tips to using SQL Data Warehouse effectively,” by Ellis Butterfield Program Manager Azure SQL Data Warehouse
Visual Studio 2017 will be released in just over 2 weeks time.
On Tuesday 7 March, Visual Studio 2017 will be available for download. Microsoft will be holding an online virtual event celebrating the release, with the likes of Miguel de Icaza and Scott Hanselman sharing the newest innovations in Visual Studio, .NET, Xamarin, Azure, and more. You can stay up to date with the details via the launch page here.
Later in the month, on Wednesday 29 March, the London community will be holding its own launch event. Register here.