Building an app for Project Server 2013

Alex Burton, a Project MVP, has published a series of posts titled Building your first Project Server app on the EPMSource blog. The app is named Publish All; it publishes all enterprise projects for the PWA instance where the app is installed. The Publish All app is developed by using the Project Server JavaScript object model (JSOM) with "Napa" Office 365 Development Tools, and can be deployed to Project Online and to an on-premises installation of Project Server 2013. The blog series includes the following parts: Part Zero–The introduction Part 1 – Getting Started – Setting up a development environment Part 2 – Getting the basic app up and running Part 3 – Taking the app to the next level Part 4 – Submitting to the app store Alex has even gone so far as to add a support page for the Publish All app, at http://epmsource.com/2013-apps/ . It looks to be a very useful series. For more information about the Napa tools, see How to: Create a basic app for SharePoint by using Office 365 Development Tools on MSDN. For information about using Visual Studio 2012 with the JSOM for Project Server, see Getting started with the Project Server 2013 JavaScript object model .

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Building an app for Project Server 2013

Alex Burton, a Project MVP, has published a series of posts titled Building your first Project Server app on the EPMSource blog. The app is named Publish All; it publishes all enterprise projects for the PWA instance where the app is installed. The Publish All app is developed by using the Project Server JavaScript object model (JSOM) with "Napa" Office 365 Development Tools, and can be deployed to Project Online and to an on-premises installation of Project Server 2013. The blog series includes the following parts: Part Zero–The introduction Part 1 – Getting Started – Setting up a development environment Part 2 – Getting the basic app up and running Part 3 – Taking the app to the next level Part 4 – Submitting to the app store Alex has even gone so far as to add a support page for the Publish All app, at http://epmsource.com/2013-apps/ . It looks to be a very useful series. For more information about the Napa tools, see How to: Create a basic app for SharePoint by using Office 365 Development Tools on MSDN. For information about using Visual Studio 2012 with the JSOM for Project Server, see Getting started with the Project Server 2013 JavaScript object model .

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Building an app for Project Server 2013


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