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Office 365 MVP, I am a development freak focusing on the Office 365 & SharePoint platform! I enjoy coding with client side technologies including AngularJS, SharePoint CSOM and the Office 365 API!

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Getting all your Hub content using Search

Yay! Hubsites are out and we are very (very) excited! This new way or organizing your site content will be very useful to help in a flat information architecture and the fact that some built-in features are built to roll-up content from all your connected content is incredible! I need content from my Hubsite Now, what about getting all this information from your own queries to roll-up your own content based on more complex scenarios? Well, my good friend and
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SharePoint Framework & Angular Elements : Using Office UI Fabric Core

One of the great feature of the SharePoint Framework ecosystem is the availability of the Office UI Fabric. What is great with this set of components is that it is easy to include in Office applications (client, web) and in SharePoint as it shares the same UI philosophy and it simplifies the development of those experiences. Angular Elements and SharePoint Framework are still in their developments. This codes is based on pre-release of Angular Elements and a very "rough" integration
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SharePoint Framework & Angular Elements : Using Google Material Design

One of the great feature of Angular is the easiness to use third party libraries. There are tons of open source libraries that can make you more productive while you are writing your code. On of my favorite (especially because I simple can't make things pretty) is Angular Material, the Angular implementation of Google Material Design. And even better, it fits nicely with Angular Elements withing your SharePoint Framework webparts! Angular Elements and SharePoint Framework are still in their developments.
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SharePoint Framework & Angular Elements : Mocking your data

You now have access to data directly in your browser! It's amazing and that will make you successful building great experiences to your connected data within SharePoint! Though, I really think that one of the most amazing pieces of the SharePoint Framework is to be able to test and execute it in a local environment. To support those scenarios, it is important to be able to give a representation of your data to simplifying the development experience. This blog post
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SharePoint Framework & Angular Elements : Connecting to your SharePoint data

Your first webpart now works but how cool would it be if you could leverage some data that exists in your Office 365 data? If you're thinking like me, you're at the right spot! Angular Elements and SharePoint Framework are still in their developments. This codes is based on pre-release of Angular Elements and a very "rough" integration with the SharePoint Framework. I am still pushing those samples so you can start playing with the technology. Please don't use any
- SharePoint Framework & Angular Elements : Connecting to your SharePoint data

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