New SharePoint Framework version 1.16.1 is now available
We recently released SharePoint Framework 1.16 version with great set of new features expanding the SPFx across the Microsoft 365. This version however had few new and adjusted settings, which we wanted to address before the upcoming holiday break, so we are releasing new SharePoint Framework 1.16.1 version.
You can find all details on the released fixes from the 1.16.1 release notes:
Frequently Asked Questions 🙋♀️
Should I update to 1.16.1 version? Yes – this is the preferred version to be used in production. You can always use the latest SPFx version with the following command.
npm install @microsoft/generator-sharepoint@latest --global
Is any solution build with 1.16 usable in production? Yes. If your solution is not impacted related on the mentioned regressions, you can keep on using 1.16 version. We do though recommend always using the latest version for newly created solutions. You can for example use the CLI for Microsoft 365 to provide you the steps to update to the latest SPFx version.
Are there any security concerns with the 1.16 version solutions? No. Regressions were related on few specific functionalities and on the sppkg file compression. These are not security related issues.
Additional resources and support 🤝
- Please report any issues or feedback using following issue list – https://aka.ms/spfx-issues
- We have engineering people monitoring any incoming issues and helping you to get unblocked or getting your questions answered
- Overview documentation
- Getting started documentation
- Build for Microsoft Teams using SharePoint Framework
- Extend Outlook and Office with the SharePoint Framework
- Overview of Viva Connections Extensibility
- Microsoft Learn – Extend Microsoft Viva Connections
- Microsoft Learn – Extend Microsoft SharePoint – Associate
- Microsoft Viva Connections Toolkit – Simplify your development experience for Viva Connections
- CLI for Microsoft 365 – SharePoint Framework Upgrade tooling from previous versions to latest
- SharePoint Framework web part samples
If you are looking to build experiences for Microsoft 365, we strongly recommend joining our community calls and other Microsoft 365 Platform Community (PnP) activities covering Microsoft Graph, Microsoft Teams, Power Platform, Microsoft Viva, OneDrive, SharePoint and more… More details from https://aka.ms/m365/community. 🚀
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