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hTWOo on Microsoft the Cloud Show ep. 407

Last week I had the great honour to talk with friend Andrew Connell about my newest project, hTWOo UI, on the Microsoft Cloud Show. I highly recommend listening to this podcast in general but in specific this episode.

We talked about the ideas and concept behind hTWOo, Fluent Design and the current problem developers facing. Especially why it is a suitable alternative for your development on the Microsoft 365 platform.

Check out Episode 407 and enjoy!!!

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HTWOO UI launched – Fluent Design in HTML and CSS

The best way to implement a design on the web is not to use fancy tools or marketing jargons. Every site and application is defined for 25 years by two fundamental technologies. HTML that gives our pages and application a structure. CSS that makes the look and feel and experience envisioned by design come to life. Both combined is all we see and interact on the web.

Happen so that no matter how many technological advancements we put in our code. HTML and CSS together is still the most performant web framework on the planet.

These two web technologies are the technological layer. I created a framework that implements Microsoft Fluent Design language.

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Multilingual support review of SharePoint Online – An information architecture perspective

SharePoint Online for a long time, has multilingual support. On classic experience, there were language packs and Variations available for that. Yet also the modern experience has multilingual capabilities for that.

It might look that SharePoint is well capable of providing the language chosen by the user for the user. While I had to take a closer look under the hood over the last couple of month, multilingual and SharePoint has a complicated relationship.

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Build a SharePoint / Fluent UI compliant grid from scratch

Building a grid system in the past had a lot to do with math. Luckily, implementing a grid system has dramatically changed over the last years. You don’t rely on any framework such as Fluent UI to get your things done right.

SharePoint also has a concept of single part app pages. This page type gives you an entirely blank canvas, enabling the full potential and possibilities for an application. It also comes without any grid system, but this is something we can address.

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Develop SPFx web parts for different section designs using CSS

Over the last couple of days, I banged my head against the wall. I hate when things don’t work as expected. On the other hand, I love challenges.

The thing we are talking about the documentation on “Supporting section background“. To be clear, the documentation is correct. It works as described. The issue I and many others have with this documentation it does not apply to your project.

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How to identify the font rendered in your Browser?

Track down fonts rendered on a web site sometimes can be challenging. Reply purely on the font family is not a safe bet. The network trace only shows that the font has been downloaded but not that it will be used and applied correctly.

Luckily, the latest versions of all major Browser offer now especially support that makes it easier to identify the real applied font. Besides, never trust what you see in the Browser; it might be something that sits only on your client.
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