SharePoint Framework Now Available to First-Release Tenants

Microsoft has recently released the SharePoint Framework, a page and web part model, for use by first-release tenants. The SharePoint Framework will be able to provide a more productive experience for developers through client-side SharePoint development, easy integration with SharePoint data, and support for open source tooling. It will allow for current web technologies to be used in virtually any development environment thereby facilitating the development and deployment of SharePoint modern web parts in a familiar and efficient manner.

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Microsoft Ignite 2016 Conference Announcements Recap

At the recent Microsoft Ignite Conference, many great new innovations and technologies were announced and discussed, including security advancements, updates to SharePoint on-premises and Office 365, and updates to Azure. These exciting new developments are sure to provide a more user-friendly environment and more possibilities for anyone within the SharePoint eco-system; many of the updates are geared toward streamlining processes for users and providing a wider range of possibilities for how the various platforms can be implemented for both workers and developers.

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SharePoint 2016 Feature Pack 1

At the recent Microsoft Ignite conference, Microsoft announced the first Feature Pack for SharePoint 2016. Feature Pack 1 will allow for the accelerated delivery of cloud-first features, along with many new capabilities for administrators and users. Included among these are a more insightful granular logging, enhancements to MinRole for more flexible topologies, updates to OneDrive for Business to provide a place for users to easily manage and share documents, and more. With the new Feature Packs, enterprises who have deployed SharePoint on-premises can benefit from the innovative new work done with Office 365 without the need to wait for the next major update several years in the future.

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