This blog focuses on customizations and programming for Project Web App, Project Server, Project Professional and Project Standard. Includes User Interface (UI) customizations, Project Server Interface (PSI) and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) Programming. It also covers Business Intelligence.
If you are building Web Parts, BDC connectors and other SharePoint extensions you may want to take a look at this post from the SharePoint team blog:
The Office 2010 Workshop is one of the new developer training courses on Channel 9. The release of this course consists of 29 videos with presentations and demos on Office 2010 development. That’s around 4.5 hours of content! Shortly after Office 2010 Beta becomes publicly available the training course will be updated with the hands-on-lab and source code for each unit. The training course includes these units:
Check it out!
This is just a sneak-peak (200-level) from TechED Europe in Berlin http://www.msteched.com/online/view.aspx?tid=f55dc696-75bf-4b9a-9900-18acfae520e1.
Another similar video was posted on the IT Pro topic – worth looking into also for developers http://www.msteched.com/online/view.aspx?tid=54699b45-ae1e-4c81-b06d-81721aa229e9.
In case you are eager to get your hands on the Project 2010 Beta and dive into the SDK – http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/office/aa905469.aspx.
Project 2010 product information http://www.microsoft.com/project/2010/ including sessions from Project Conference!
The Project 2010 SDK download and the MSDN online release are both published, and the Project Developer Center portal is updated.
Following are the major content sections in the Project 2010 SDK.
Note: Some JS Grid articles are currently in the Project SDK, but are updated in the SharePoint Foundation SDK. The basic articles will be removed from the Project SDK in the next update, and we will add Project-specific articles over time. See JS Grid Control and Microsoft.SharePoint.JSGrid Namespace for the JS Grid documentation.
For the first time, the Project SDK download is installed with an MSI, in [Program Files]\Microsoft SDKs – along with the SharePoint Foundation, SharePoint Server, and Windows SDK downloads. The installation also creates entries on the Start menu:
Major content in the download: