Aspose.Tasks Java For Ruby Examples – Dealing Microsoft Project Document using Powerful Java API

Aspose.Tasks for Java

Aspose.Tasks for Java is a project management API that enables Java application developers to provide Microsoft Project® document manipulation capability in their applications – all without using Microsoft Project®. With this powerful API, developers can control various stages of project management, such as project planning, definition and tracking.

We are pleased to announce “Aspose.Tasks Java for Ruby”, a new gem for Ruby developers. Project is aimed to provide useful examples for Ruby developers who want to utilize “Aspose.Tasks for Java” in their Ruby applications using Rjb – Ruby Java Bridge gem to deal with Microsoft Project documents.

Download, Installation and Usage

Please check the links below to find instructions on downloading, installing and using Aspose.Tasks Java for Ruby gem.


You can downloaded latest version from:

Quick Start Tutorial

You can use example code to get project version.

require File.dirname(File.dirname(File.dirname(__FILE__))) + '/lib/asposetasksjava'
include Asposetasksjava
include Asposetasksjava::ProjectVersion


Aspose.Tasks Java for Ruby Examples

This initial version of the gem provides the following examples:

Working with Projects

Working with Calendars

Working with Calendar Exceptions

Working with Tasks

Working with Task Links

Working with Task Baselines

Working with Resources

Working with Resource Assignments

Working with Currencies

Aspose.Tasks Java for Ruby Documentation

Aspose.Tasks Java for Ruby Documentation is available to guide developers to get familiar with the specific resources and operations within the Aspose.Tasks Java for Ruby.

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