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PCF Controls with FluentUI v9 – Avoid DOM Id collisions

PCF Controls with FluentUI v9 – Avoid DOM Id collisions

If you are creating a PCF control and using the FluentUI React v9 library, you may come across a runtime display bug caused by DOM Id collisions. Such a bug can be quite annoying and may stop your application from working correctly. This post sheds light on the issue and explains how you can avoid it when using the FluentUI React v9 library. By understanding the concept of avoiding DOM Id collisions, you can ensure your PCF controls function correctly and avoid display bugs.

The post PCF Controls with FluentUI v9 – Avoid DOM Id collisions discusses this concept and details how to implement best practices to avoid similar issues in the future.

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