Category: PNP

Pexels Andrea Piacquadio 3822850 0

SPFx IPropertyPaneDropdownOption[] get Unique Options (Duplicates) Cascade

When designing the property pane for your SharePoint client-side web parts, you may have one web part property that displays its options based on the value selected in another property. This scenario typically occurs when implementing cascading dropdown controls. I’m assuming in this Article/Fix you are getting all lists excluding the hidden ones. Let’s Start from the beginning, you have...

Pexels Andrea Piacquadio 3822850 0

PnPJs SPFx orderBy() not working?

In the PnPJs Agnostic Framework Some fields are not sortable, let’s assume this call is using a MODEL where TrainingAreaPosition is a number column without decimal places: I’m using a Custom React Hook, fix by comparing the field name, where Position is a property of the Model to Map

Pexels Andrea Piacquadio 3822850 0

Using SPFx React Controls Context in version 1.17.3

Since React 17 was introduced in version 1.16.0, the problems has began with some PnP Projects. In version 1.17.3 you will get this error when installing the PnP React Controls, so you must wait for the Repo be updated. In version 1.16.1 to use the PeoplePicker Control the workaround was give context as any in your Webpart.ts Now if you...

Pexels Christina Morillo 1181263 0

Working with Models in SPFx and Consume Some Field Types

This article will give you some insights to work with models in the SharePoint Framework SPFx and consume information from some Field Types FIELDS Why to use Models? TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript that adds optional static typing and other features to JavaScript. It provides a way to catch errors early through static type checking and can help you...

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Building a Timeline Component with the SPFx SharePoint Framework

Let’s get you a Timeline component you can use for several use cases, in a chronologic way to represent information or just another way you want to represent items from a SharePoint List that makes sense to you. I’m using in this sample Class Components because at the time of this post there is no native Functional Components in the...

Pexels Lukas 574077 0

Do I need VM or Laptop Admin Rights to use PnP.PowerShell in a Migration?

Well this is a good question, the answer is NO If your SharePoint Administrator grant you the Tenant Permissions. Because You need to run this cmdlet with an identity that has write access to the Azure AD. You are not creating a new application in the sense of something that runs in your Azure AD tenant. You’re only adding a...