PnP Web Cast - Responsive UI Package for SharePoint 2013 and 2016

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In this PnP Web Cast we concentrated on the Responsive UI Package for SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint 2016, which was recently released in the PnP-Tools repository. Presentation concentrates on explaining the solution details, how it was implementation and what are the software requirements to make it work, including also the supported scenarios and limitations. We'll also talk about the solution design principles and why for example Bootstrap was not used. 

In demo section Paolo is covering following topics

  • Where to find it?
  • How to to use it?
  • How the experience is changed with the package?
  • How is it implemented?

Technically this solution does work with SharePoint Online (Office 365) as well, but it was tested only in on-premises deployment. Target is to align the styles properly with SharePoint Online as well and include this as one solution for both on-premises and online. 

Web cast presenters: Paolo Pialorsi, Vesa Juvonen

Paolo works as a Senior Consultant at PiaSys company and is also a Office 365 Dev PnP Core team member. 

Presentation used in this web cast is available from http://doc.com/OfficeDevPnP.

Addition resources

See following resources around the covered topics

See following samples from the PnP library for additional reference around the covered topics.

 


If you have any feedback or comments related on this web cast, please use the Office 365 Developer Patterns and Practices Yammer group to provider your input. Thx for your interest advance.

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      Alex Cuthbertson

      Looks good, do you recommend implementing in SharePoint online? "Technically this solution does work with SharePoint Online (Office 365) as well, but it was tested only in on-premises deployment". If this has only been tested on-premises should it belong in "Office 365 PnP"?

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