I case you are working with photos; it is obvious to have these pictures full-sized in your SharePoint. Sometimes it makes sense to handle images that should land, for example, on a communication site with a little bit more care. Especially when you are dealing not with photos but with illustrations.
Sometimes you don’t like to have a background on your images. Let me show you why.
Microsoft recently released new design assets to create experiences using the latest Microsoft Fluent design language. These design assets are available as free downloads on the Office UI Fabric dedicated web site.
Most of their asset is available for design tools such as Figma, Sketch, and some are still available for Adobe XD.
For two things I am really honoured about. Today I’ve been awarded the fourth time as an MVP for Office Development. Thank you, Microsoft, to make this award possible it is a great of giving and get relationship with such a fantastic company.
Microsoft wouldn’t be definitely not the same without this enormous community engagement and insolvent programs.
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.