An Introduction to Office UI Fabric

One of the biggest obstacles and time sinks for client side developers
is often styling our applications to they look and feel integrated into Office
365. With the recent introduction of Office UI Fabric, Microsoft has created a
responsive, mobile-first front-end framework to make it quick and simple to
create a unified web experience.  Whether you are building applications
from scratch or need to stylize existing applications, this session will help
you get a jump start on Office UI Fabric and some of it’s key features. 

This session was delivered at the Collab365 Global Conference 2015 and was presented by Mark Rackley .

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About The Author
- Mark is a principal consultant at capSpire Inc. with more than 20 years of experience designing and developing software solutions. Mark’s daily responsibilities include forging the direction of solution architecture and development projects for clients while providing the best solutions for clients’ unique problems.As a globally recognized SharePoint geek, Mark is an active blogger, presenter, author (and bacon aficionado) who is eager to lend his real-world knowledge of SharePoint to all who need it. In addition to speaking at various SharePoint conferences, Mark is the organizer of www.SharePointalooza.org in Branson, MO.

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