Let's suppose you have the debug version of your PCF uploaded in your environment. How do you debug? Of course we don't want to use minimized code. To get the debug version of the code we have a few ways Use the debug Harness by using "npm start watch"Using Fiddler AutoResponder, as shown in my... Continue Reading →
Style a PCF using FluentUI – when a Theme is not enough
When the FluentUI Theme is not enough, we can generate CSS classes using merge-styles.
Debug your PCFs during development using Fiddler AutoResponder
Fiddler AutoResponder is a great way to debug the PCF Components. If you don't use it already, let me tell you why you should. If you use it already, what's your recipe?
Dialog Buttons PCF
In my blog "Transform Forms into Dialogs and more..." I've described how it is possible to make dialogs out of standard form customizing using the SDK. In case you want to implement it, you might need some buttons to start the dialog actions. This PCF is about the Dialog Buttons PCF, which tries to implement these buttons. Requirements First, I have to find a name for this... Continue Reading →