Angular vs React: Building modern SharePoint interface

Speakers: Radi Atanassov & Dimcho Tsanov

Date: 06.06.2017

The hottest topic nowadays is the SharePoint Framework.

This new programming model introduces platform independent ways for client-side SharePoint development with modern technologies. Through this change many architectural questions are raised in everyday projects:

  • Which framework should we use - AngularJS, React, jQuery?
  • How do we retrieve data in the best possible way - can we still use the JavaScript object model (JSOM) or do we need to move to REST queries?
  • How should we structure our project and what automation should we consider?
  • What's in it for us in Office Fabric UI?
  • How do we debug our code during development and after release?
  • What is available in the classical pages to help us transition?

In this session we will share our real-life project experience with SharePoint Framework. We'll compare also the two frameworks (Angular and React) and discuss the pros and cons of each of them.

Language:  Bulgarian

Speakers: Radi Atanassov and Dimcho Tsanov

Radi Atanassov is a professional SharePoint architect with over 10 years of commercial SharePoint experience. Radi is a SharePoint MVP, a Microsoft Certified (S) Master in SharePoint and the founder of OneBit Software, a SharePoint consulting company who sold to Progress (who also bought Telerik). Radi is now working as Senior Director of Professional Services at Progress, and is a member of the SharePoint Patterns and Practices Core team at Microsoft. In his spare time he blogs (http://sharepoint.bg/radi), writes articles, commits to GitHub, plays guitar and presents at SharePoint conferences worldwide.

Dimcho Tsanov is a SharePoint consultant. He has been working with the platform ever since 2009 and has specialized in delivering SharePoint projects. As a freelancer, his daily activities are spread between various tasks, the most exciting of which are - learning and demonstrating new features, building proof of concepts. Dimcho has also written the book - To Be A Millionaire.

Location: Microsoft Bulgaria Office

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