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Webinar March 2020: Why you should analyze your SharePoint Framework code

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On March 4th, our very own 11-time Microsoft MVP, Waldek Mastykarz will join our host Bjoern Erkens to discuss why you should analyze your SharePoint Framework code.

SharePoint Framework (SPFx) is the gold standard when it comes to creating SharePoint and Office 365 solutions, but how you use it still needs to be managed. SPFx solutions run in the browser and require a different way of looking at them to avoid common mistakes. You must analyze your SPFx code.

Our experts will talk about the importance of analyzing SPFx code and offer a step-by-step guide to successfully analyze and manage your SPFx customizations.

Takeaways from this webinar:

  • Understand the importance of analyzing SPFx code.
  • Learn how to assess SPFx and avoid common mistakes.
  • Learn the development concepts that make creating SharePoint and Office 365 solutions more productive.

Join Waldek and Bjoern on the 4th March from 10 am (EST) / 4 pm (CET) and learn how to successfully analyze and manage your SPFx code.

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Here’s a list of exemplary professionals who have been guest speakers at Rencore: Bill Baer, Vesa Juvonen, Jussi Roine, Spencer Harbar, Chris McNulty, Liam Cleary, Jeremy Thake, Paolo Pialorsi, Nicki Borell, Benjamin Niaulin and Mike Fitzmaurice as well as our very own experts Matthias Einig, Waldek Mastykarz, Hugh Wood and Erwin van Hunen. Feel free to click on their links and re-watch the webinars.

Lee Sellen

Lee is the Senior Content Marketing Manager at Rencore. He writes about a broad array of topics ranging from corporate, solution and product news to high-level SharePoint and Office 365 governance, modernization and risk topics. Lee is in charge of Rencore's research and reports unit aiming to gain new insights into how users work with SharePoint and Office 365. A passionate writer in all areas, he also covers Rencore events, webinars and other online activities.