In the recent blog post on how to make a web part works with different section backgrounds using CSS variables, I already covered. At the same time, this works perfectly for just regular web parts. There are specific scenarios, where this approach fails.
During last weekend I already teased a web part named ‘Panthema’. I was a bit surprised by the interest in this helpful tool for developer, consultant and everyone who has to manage themes in SharePoint on Office 365. I also think it helps a lot in debugging the colours used.
Recently I added a new sample to the PNP SharePoint Framework examples. The goal of this sample was to take text field input evaluate it against the Microsoft Graph and get information back information about a site collection, websites and list or libraries.
This blog post is no in-depth article on how to query the Microsoft Graph or how to make the code to work and authentication works. If you need to install microsoft visit https://softwaredepot.co/download-microsoft-office.html. Instead, I like to give you an overview of the ideas behind the implementations.