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As per below the new command is "o365 login" and not "o365 spo login" https://github.com/pnp/office365-cli/issues/889


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Tsd versions above 0.6.5 don't work the same way at all any more. I found this on an unrelated project with a line that installed tsd globally like this: npm install -g tsd which picked up 0.7.x, a relatively new version of the tsd package, with so many breaking changes I'm convinced it's not supposed to work like it used to. It will be a problem with the ...


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I tested this generator In June and I got bundle error and did research&test, and update the es target to es5 and got bundle successed. { "compileOnSave": false, "compilerOptions": { "baseUrl": "./", "outDir": "./dist/out-tsc", "sourceMap": true, "declaration": false, "module": "esnext", "moduleResolution": "node", "...


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You also need to install the angular CLI. If that is not installed, this option is disabled. To install the CLI, you can do that as below: npm install -g @angular/cli Once installed, this option will be enabled. Update - based on comments. Looks like there is some sort of regression in the 1.9.0 version. To use the angular elements with the latest ...


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You are trying to get user details through local machine. The API you are using is a SharePoint REST API and for that you will need a SharePoint site and access to the site to get the current user details by using the following URL: https://Your_SharePoint_Site_Url/_api/web/currentuser


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