SharePoint Framework v1.11 release notes

New in this release, support for additional attributes in the solution for enabling SharePoint Framework support in store and new messaging extension support for Microsoft Teams.

Released: July 16, 2020

Upgrading projects from v1.10 to v1.11

  1. In the project's package.json file, identify all SPFx v1.10 packages. For each SPFx package:
    1. Uninstall the existing v1.10 package:

      npm uninstall @microsoft/{spfx-package-name}@1.10
      
    2. Install the refreshed v1.11 package:

      npm install @microsoft/{spfx-package-name}@1.11 --save --save-exact
      

Important

Be sure you update the package-solution.json with the new developers information as described in the article Docs: SharePoint Framework toolchain - Update developer information. Not providing such information will generate an error during gulp package-solution process.

Tip

The CLI for Microsoft 365 provides an easy step-by-step guidance to upgrade your solutions to latest SharePoint Framework version.

Note

The CLI for Microsoft 365 is an open-source solution with active community providing support for it. There is no SLA for the open-source tool support from Microsoft.

New features and capabilities

Note

Office add-ins build with SharePoint Framework is still in preview.

Changes and deprecations in this release

  • REMOVED: Knockout web framework option when creating SharePoint Framework web parts. You can still use Knockout, but there's no default scaffolding for it.
  • REMOVED: Node.js v8 support. For more information on the most current recommended versions, see Set up your SharePoint Framework development environment.
  • REMOVED: Support for system.js in the local workbench.

Important

We are planning to remove support of the local workbench within the upcoming releases of SharePoint Framework.

Known issues and limitations

There are no known issues as such with this release.