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Development using Microsoft tools (such as Power Apps and Power Automate) with Project for the web offers many options. The following table summarizes what subscriptions are required for various pursuits, and also provides link to more information.

To...

You need this Project Subscription... 

And these other subscriptions... 

For More Information...

Build or run Power Apps that read Project for the web data

Project Plan 3 or Project Plan 5

Microsoft Power Apps subscription that gives you rights to build the Power Apps you need

For information on Microsoft Power Apps subscriptions, see Power Apps Pricing.

Build or run cloud flows that read and write Project for the web data

Project Plan 3 or Project Plan 5

Microsoft Power Automate subscription that gives you rights to build the cloud flows you need

For information on Microsoft Power Automate subscriptions see Microsoft Power Automate Pricing.

Read Project for the web data using Power Apps connectors

Project Plan 3 or Project Plan 5

Microsoft Power Apps subscription that gives you rights to use the connectors you need

For more information on Power Apps subscriptions, see Power Apps Pricing.

Access Project for the web data using OData or Rest APIs

Project Plan 3 or Project Plan 5

None

OData web services

REST PowerBI API

Note: Although we do not provide a PowerApps SDK for this development scenario all the capabilities of PowerApps are available for configuring, customizing, extending, and integrating Project for the web.

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