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I do observe the same here. Interestingly, the deprecated onChanged event fires and not onChange. Works if extending a basecomponent and something is missing while extending React.Component. In the end, there's no error.


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The following example code for your reference. <div className="ms-Grid" dir="ltr"> <div className="ms-Grid-row"> <div className="ms-Grid-col ms-sm6 ms-md4 ms-lg6"> <h1 className='ms-fontColor-sharedGreen10'>Be Connected</h1> </div> <div className="ms-Grid-col ms-sm6 ms-md8 ms-lg6 ...


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ngOfficeUIFabric uses angular js directives to provide with ready made components. using Angular v1.x with TypeScript for building SharePoint Framework client-side web parts using ngOfficeUIFabric for styling Angular v1.x client-side web parts including Angular and ngOfficeUIFabric in the web part bundle Whereas office-ui-fabric-react uses react js ...


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As you are using Office UI Fabric/Fluent UI button control, it must have the ms-Button class applied to it. So, you can override the CSS of that class in your code like below. You can change the color codes as per your requirements. .ms-Button:hover { color: #fff !important; border-color: #0460a9 !important; background-color: #0460a9 !important; }...


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Dan, Office UI Fabric quietly changed how it loads icons a while ago. By default, the Fabric icons are not added to your bundle, in order to save bytes for scenarios where you don't care about icons, or you only care about a subset. To make them available, you may initialize by adding the following to your code before you need an icon: import { ...


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In Fabric core, you will not get the Fabric controls. For that you have to use Fabric React


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Here is my test sample for your reference. import { Dropdown, Button } from 'office-ui-fabric-react/lib' ... <Button > ReactButton </Button>


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