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Microsoft SharePoint Framework

Contributor(s): Lauren Horwitz

Microsoft SharePoint Framework is a new development model and set of tools to build on top of Microsoft SharePoint, a content management and collaboration platform. SharePoint Framework is mobile-first and cloud-enabled, so it works as well with SharePoint Online, Office Graph and other parts of the Office 365 business productivity suite.

The SharePoint Framework enables application developers to create applications for mobile and desktop environments without having to rely on .NET programming language and instead use JavaScript and open source tools.

Developers can build apps on top of SharePoint and the Office 365 productivity suite and create digital experiences without requiring certain skills to create those apps.

This was last updated in September 2016

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