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Introduction presentation used in SharePoint Saturday Belgium on Oct 15th, 2016
Introduction to SharePoint PnP
Track: Developer | Level: 300
Why would you be forced to solve everything by yourself?
Wouldn’t it be great, if you would have peers to share and learn from?
Real life learnings shared by the community for the community
First time public in CodePlex, then moved to GitHub. Focus on add-in model enterprise scenarios.
PnP Provisioning Engine introduced. Reusable components and solutions, like PnP Partner Pack introduced. Weekly webcasts started.
PnP ownership moved to engineering, team works with a partnership on aligning roadmap. Work with SP Framework starts.
Internal initiative in Microsoft to start collecting learnings from the add-in model
More than 150 samples to learn and take advantage from in your work
More than 2250 tenants use the PnP Core Component for SharePoint Online on a monthly basis.
Numerous also use on-prem.
More than 11000 unique visitors during the past 2 weeks in PnP repositories
More than 300 contributors in GitHub for the PnP and SP repositories.
More than 550 million requests using the PnP Core Component in September.
Sharing is caring…
Reusable components and solutions
Monthly community calls
Microsoft Graph, Office 365 APIs etc.
Remote provisioning and client side development
Anything in PnP initiative is free for reuse in any way you want
Existing assets and solutions for you to use
How to kick-start your projects?
How to find PnP samples or guidance? dev.office.com > Resources > PnP > Sample / Guidance
Finding what’s relevant for you from our PnP assets
Videos and webcasts aka.ms/SPPnP-Videos
Webcasts, community call, demo videos, tutorial recordings etc.
Bi-weekly webcasts with blog post to dev.office.com
List few interesting webcasts
From the close history
To show the variation
Cross the different topics
And what’s not
Contains significant amount of presentations
Web cast presentations
Community call presentations
PnP Graphics presentation contains more than hundred different slides and drawings for reuse around SharePoint and Office 365
One of the main objectives of PnP is to simplify and ease development
The PnP initiative provides reusable components and solutions for the community to use as a baseline or as a starting point
Ready to use…
PnP Core Component
PnP Partner Pack
Other components and solutions
Different capabilities already available for production usage
SharePoint Framework and future models
SharePoint Framework dev.office.com/sharepoint
Lot of existing resources to get started with your journey
Videos and webcasts
We welcome community contributions also on the SPFx side around documentation and samples
Currently shared assets around SharePoint Framework – Available samples and other resources
How to participate to PnP initiative?
How to participate to the PnP initiative?
Get visibility in the internal and external community
Help others on their journey to recommended patterns
Find peers who work on similar topics, engage with customers and partners also using this channel
Participate in the discussions
Help others with your questions and answers
Report and fix issues
Contribute with (new) samples, guidance and documentation
Participate in the discussion around the needed capabilities
Microsoft Tech Community
Follow monthly releases and discussions around the latest topics
Why to contribute?
Get acknowledged as contributor in our communications
dev.office.com blog posts
Help others by sharing your learnings around Office 365 and SharePoint development
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for the PnP and SP repositories.
Help others by sharing your learnings around