• 13 August,2019

Kevin McDonnell, Solution Architect (Office 365) at CPS, has been invited to present at the Collab365 SharePoint Summit taking place online on the 10th-12th September 2019.

“Getting started with a SharePoint framework requires a number of areas to come together” said Kevin, “once an organisation’s environment is ready and they have everything in place, it is then time to look at building a modern SharePoint Framework and deploying it.”

In his session titled, “Getting started with the SharePoint Framework building a web-part”, Kevin will cover the getting started process for understanding the SharePoint Framework in web-part: its most common and basic use. He will also explain building a SharePoint Framework web-part using React and Office UI Fabric, testing it out on the workbench and deploying it in to the tenant.

Attendees will learn a little about Node, Gulp and all the modern tools used, and where they can find out about more advanced topics when they are ready. So for those thinking about taking the leap to a SharePoint Framework – now is the time.

The Collab365 SharePoint Summit is a free event that gathers the brightest minds from Microsoft and the Community to give attendees step-by-step tips and tricks to make them and their users get the most out of Microsoft SharePoint. To attend Kevin’s session, go to: https://content.collab365.community/sharepoint-summit-2019/register-c365-sharepoint-summit/



About Kevin McDonnell

Having been sucked in to the world of SharePoint with a Project Server project, Kevin soon became hooked. From developer, to infrastructure owner to project manager and advocate primarily in Financial Services, Kevin now works as a Solution architect for CPS in the Office 365 and SharePoint space and retains a passion for the world of collaboration and Digital Workplaces. Things have got so bad that he even has a PowerApp for a kitchen calendar! Kevin blogs on Digital Workplace topics on his own blog (www.mcd79.com) and is a regular contributor to the monthly #collabtalk discussions. Kevin’s passions sit with creating solutions that make it easier for people to be more productive and be able to help themselves. Outside of work, he juggles his three boys with helping to run his local Cub pack, occasionally forcing PowerPoint presentations on the poor kids and trying to convince them to code.