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Updated two lessons in Fundamentals courses to address content and edit updates. Check the course changelog page for full details.
Updated lessons in Starter and Fundamentals courses to address content and edit updates. Check the course changelog page for full details.
Updated various lessons in Fundamentals course with updates & fixes to a audio editing issues. Check the course changelog page for full details.
Updated multiple chapters & lessons throughout Starter and Fundamentals courses to address a few bugs students have reported as well as add additional content. Check the course changelog page for full details.
While I proofed the course content prior to rendering the videos and even had someone proof the final videos, some minor typos made it through. These minor issues have been addressed and are reflected in the course changelog page.
As part of the September 19th launch, the site was updated so now your playrate speed is saved across lessons. Once you set the playrate speed, when a lesson page loads, the previous playrate speed selected is set on the current video if it can be retrieved.
For those of you who subscribed to the Ultimate course, one benefit you have access to are scheduled office hours. In the next few weeks, you will receive an invitation to the first Mastering the SharePoint Framework - Office Hours in early November. The webinar session will be recorded and made available for those who can’t attend live.
The next two chapters that will be released are (sprint 6):
SharePoint Framework Extensions will cover all three types of Extensions that are now generally available in all SharePoint Online tenants. This includes Application Customizers, Field Customizers and Command Sets. The chapter called Working with SharePoint Lists & Libraries will cover how to work with existing data. In my experience, the most popular data source SharePoint Framework based customizations are leveraging is SharePoint lists and libraries. Therefore, this chapter is needed sooner rather than later for those who want to use the included tools to interact with SharePoint data sources.