Consider the following simple scenario. You like to write a new SPFx web part, and you have the requirement to show a popup or a flyout container opened from a web part. This flyout menu should overlay whatever comes after your web part.
Many great SharePoint Saturdays are coming up later this year in Europe and all over the world. I think it is time for me to take a break from public speaking.
The biggest struggle I always over the last couple of years to find topics. Topics people are interested to hear. On the other hand, great people of the community came to me asking if I can do a session about this or about that. Special thanks to Serge Luca and Daniel Laskewitz. Recommendations are always welcome too.
When you put your custom web part in a coloured page section in SharePoint, you might have recognised that there is a white border around the web part.
A while a GitHub issue in the sp-dev-docs came to my attention, where someone had a problem titled as Can’t get grid system working using office fabric ui react. I took a closer look on why it is so challenging to get the grid system running right now and in SPFx projects in general. There are some catches you need to be aware.
Some of those issues are already documented in the a blog post on How to make your web parts responsive to the parent container or How to use Bootstrap in SharePoint Framework projects. Here is the rest of the story.
Office UI Fabric is somewhat like the first and foremost first third-party Framework that you may want to use in all your projects to create a seamless experience with the rest of the Office 365 platform. It is not exclusively to SharePoint or SharePoint Framework Projects.