Managing Microsoft Project® XML in JavaScript®

Do you remember Aspose.Tasks? Some time ago that product was clearly any developer’s choice to enable loading and saving Microsoft Project® files (.MPP) from within a .NET application.

Since then, things changed dramatically (although that product is still doing its job anytime needed):

  • Microsoft® opened up its Project suite, allowing end users to save and load projects in XML format based on a public schema (instead of binary MPP format);
  • Developers focus on JavaScript® now more than ever, building all types of applications, including mobile and Windows® Runtime-based, running with or without Web service dependencies, and being displayed either in a browser window or directly on a client side platform;
  • Microsoft® is preparing the new TypeScript language (which can already be used to develop applications!) on top of JavaScript®, letting .NET developers feel confortable (i.e. bringing OOP concepts into the script world.)

In this context, we now offer two-way Microsoft Project® XML import/export capabilities with all our modern Gantt Chart components and project management libraries, and the most recent addition is the new ProjectXmlSerializer service introduced to Project Management Hyper Framework for JavaScript®: an updated product build has just been released, along with a few improvements for the import/export features of the related Gantt Chart Hyper Library for HTML5, with full TypeScript definitions included!


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