Project Online Custom Development

Understanding Project Online Custom Development Options

Project Online has three online API sets: Client-side Object Model (CSOM), JavaScript Object Model (JSOM), and Representational State Transfer (REST). The .NET CSOM implementation is the preferred interface when developing Windows applications that interact with Project Online tenants. Typical environments for user-centric applications include Windows desktops and Microsoft Surface devices. Back-end applications written with .NET Read more about Understanding Project Online Custom Development Options[…]

Saving a Customized Table

Finding ways to make life easier is always a plus, even if only something small. Working in MS Project 2013, I strive to find ways to make things easier and more automated. One time saving tool that I love to employ is savingĀ customized tables. Today, I will demonstrate how to customize an existing table and Read more about Saving a Customized Table[…]