Retiring SharePoint Framework domain isolated web parts for SharePoint Online

Retiring SharePoint Framework domain isolated web parts for SharePoint Online

The retirement of domain isolated web parts feature in SharePoint Framework (SPFx) has been announced. This means changes in the structure and functionality of SPFx, which may affect users who are accustomed to the existing feature. If you are one of these users, it's crucial to read up on the changes, to understand how they affect the web parts feature and the steps needed to adapt to them.

Stay up-to-date with the latest developments, and make sure that your web parts are aligned with the current structure and functionality of the SharePoint Framework. This will ensure that they are compatible, well-integrated with your workflows and perform seamlessly.

Refer to the link for detailed information about the retirement of this feature.

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