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Disable IE 11 support for SharePoint Framework Projects

Suppose you have great customers like I have that do not rely on IE 11 anymore. There is no time to wait to make the web parts and extension only work in true modern browsers.
The switch you have to make it simple and in seconds, even for older projects. When you created a new project and run the first build, the code output in your lib folder would look similar to this.

Default TypeScript compiled web part code

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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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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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SharePoint Framework and the Office UI Fabric grid system

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.

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