SharePoint Framework and the missing script and/or content editor web part. Here are three sources to learn about how you could roll your own:
Paul Levitz probably thought about what a comic book writer does more than any of his contemporaries, or mine, and during his dozen-plus-years stint as writer of The Legion of Super-Heroes, systematized what his predecessors did haphazardly, if at all. Then, as an aid to his own work, he created three versions of the Levitz Grid  Basically, the procedure is this: The writer has two, three, or even four plots going at once. The main plot—call it Plot A—occupies most of the pages and the characters‘ energies. The secondary plot—Plot B—functions as a subplot. Plot C and Plot D, if any, are given minimum space and attention—a few panels. As Plot A concludes, Plot B is „promoted“; it becomes Plot A, and Plot C becomes Plot B, and so forth. Thus, there is a constant upward plot progression; each plot develops in interest and complexity as the year’s issues appear.
Additionally check out The Levitz Paradigm: „The best imitation of life possible in a work of fiction“
[T]he various plotlines as they progress through 30 issues of Fantastic Four.
Mehr Effizienz durch umfassende Leistungskontrolle im Job? Mit einem neuen Add-on für die Bürosoftware Microsoft Office 365 können Arbeitgeber die Leistung ihrer MitarbeiterInnen detailliert analysieren. Aus Sicht des DGB ist der Einsatz der Software im Betrieb zwingend mitbestimmungspflichtig.
Simple components that focus on appearance and styling while showing the visual language of Office. Fabric JS provides you with simple components that don’t require a framework. It’s open source, easy to extend, and ready for you to add what makes your project unique.
Fabric JS works great with Add-ins and is the recommended front-end toolkit for making your next Office Add-in.
On July 13th, Microsoft held a panel webinar with their customer, Shire – a recognized leader in rare diseases, along with numerous Office 365 MVPs (full panelist list below). We got to hear how they planned, built and use their beautiful and engaging digital workspace – The Hub – to help inform and engage everyone throughout the company in a consistent, sustainable way.
The panelists highlight the importance of governance throughout the project, describe numerous business cases, and cover the use of innovations including SharePoint communication sites, leveraging the SharePoint Framework (SPFx), multi-column page support, new web parts and page capabilities – all used to create rich and compelling sites to achieve their desired outcomes.
Next to client-side web parts, extensions are new types of customizations, SharePoint developers can build to extend SharePoint. In the developer preview you can build
- field customizers, which control the rendering of fields in list view, similar to JSLink
- list view command sets, which you can use to add options to list menu, similar to Ribbon and ECB extensions using custom actions
- application customizers, with which you can embed custom scripts to run on all pages, similar to script injection using custom actions
Additionally, the preview includes placeholders which you could compare to server-side delegate controls and an API to build dialog windows.
The Visual Studio Extension for SharePoint Framework wraps the command-line UI of the Microsoft Yeoman Generator (yo @microsoft/sharepoint) into a familiar Windows Forms experience, executes the generator project scaffolding behind the scenes and creates a Visual Studio project that includes all the necessary files for a complete web part project
In By Balloon to the Sahara, you’re in a balloon and are presented with a choice on the very first page. Storm clouds are on the horizon. Choice 1: “If you act now, you can release gas from the balloon and land before the storm overtakes you.” Choice 2: “Perhaps the storm will pass quickly. Maybe you can ride it out.” That’s just the beginning, since this book has the most decision points—48—of the series.