Microsoft announces the SharePoint Framework with easy integration with the Microsoft Graph

Microsoft today announced the release of new SharePoint Framework for client-side development, easy integration with the Microsoft Graph and support for open source tooling. SharePoint Framework will allow developers to make use of the latest JavaScript frameworks like React and Angular. This new framework provides dramatically better experiences, performance, mobile support and more while broadening SharePoint developer ecosystem from .NET and beyond.

The SharePoint Framework will be available to existing SharePoint sites, and you will be able to host client-side web parts developed with the new SharePoint Framework on existing SharePoint pages.

With the SharePoint Framework, Microsoft is also releasing the new SharePoint Page experience, starting with the page structure. In the new SharePoint user experience, pages can be technology independent and can be constructed using any client-side JavaScript and templating framework. This page structure provides a number of new opportunities, in addition to the ability to host web parts, add-ins and more.

Starting in the third quarter of 2016, Microsoft will begin to deploy the SharePoint Framework to our First Release customers.

Read about it in detail here.

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