Recently version 0.3.0 of hTWOo UI was released, time to give you an update on the new additions.
Fluent Design is all about the consistent experience through all applications in the Microsoft 365 stack. While Fluent UI Framework still tries to harmonise the various Frameworks, hTWOo extends the reach from pure SharePoint framework UI components into the Teams customisations space.
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.
In one of the latest design iterations, the site logo has changed to incorporate the new Fluent UI design. The site logo has now rounded borders. Let’s do a quick design review of how this work or don’t work for some companies.
In the end, you will learn a trick on how to revert the changes, Microsoft did on the logo.
In my last blog post on how to make live-reload possible in SharePoint Online. I mentioned the possibility to write an application customizer that one the connection to your local workbench. Now I released the first version of this tool.
In the recent blog post, I showed why it is useful to have specific images without a background as a PNG. What if you have pictures, but those images have a background attached, and you like to get rid of this background?
Well, you can ask one from the marketing team to probably do the job for you. There is an easy way that every user can do. The only tool you need is PowerPoint, Word, Excel or any other Office application.
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.