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.
I’m doing a full day session at the upcoming Philly Code Camp (October 10, 2015, Philly MTC in Malvern – more information). Registration is only $76 and includes breakfast and lunch, raffles, guaranteed admission to the Saturday regular Code Camp (which will sell out), and more. Register here.