Project Server 2013 programming tasks

Find articles that show how to develop apps for Project 2013, and how to perform other programming tasks including creating workflows for demand management, customizing the Project Web App ribbon, creating Web Parts, and creating remote event receivers for Project Online.

Last modified: July 01, 2013

Applies to: Project Professional 2013 | Project Server 2013

This section includes some "how-to" articles that show how to use the JavaScript library for the client-side object model (CSOM), and perform other programming tasks for Project Server 2013. Examples of programming tasks include creating a SharePoint-hosted Project Server app, creating workflows for demand management, programming Project Server applications with the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), customizing the Project Web App ribbon, creating Project Server Web Parts, and creating Project Server event handlers and remote event receivers.

For additional programming topics, see Client-side object model (CSOM) for Project Server 2013 and Task pane apps for Project 2013. The Apps for Office and SharePoint developer documentation has how-to topics and references for app development.

Note Note

For information about programming with the JS Grid control, see JS Grid Control in the SharePoint 2010 developer reference. For the managed code reference, see Microsoft.SharePoint.JSGrid Namespace. For the JS Grid control web controls, see JSGrid class.

For code samples and solutions for Project Server 2010, see the Project 2010 SDK documentation and the Solution starters for Project 2010 downloads in the MSDN Code Gallery.

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