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Teamwork 4.0, Java Web-based Project Management Available

02.05.2009
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Teamwork is a web based Java project and groupware application, running on Hibernate, and release 4 extends project tree management with JBPM-based business processes. New features cover also full text search (extending Hibernate Search), iCalendar, Subversion and Twitter integration.

Teamwork 4 about

Teamwork is made entirely in Java, runs on JDK5/6, Tomcat (and compatibles) and a relational database.

Teamwork intentionally does not take the line “less features” currently so fashionable, but instead is feature and integration rich, with an effort for offering such functionality through a usable interface.

In version 4, the web interface has been restructured, introducing in place multi edit for most objects; you also get more powerful web parts for custom dashboards, and friendlier administrative tools. In particular project trees and issue multi editing have been empowered. The agenda section now integrates with iCal (hence Outlook, Entourage, Mail …) and with Google calendars.

There is a new “resource planning” section, and time sheets can be generated from Subversion commits (thank you SvnKit!) and Twitter posts.

A free trial license and a multi platform (Windows, OSX, Linux) graphical installer can be downloaded here http://www.twproject.com/download.page.

We also give free licenses for reviewers: http://www.twproject.com/licensing.page.

Teamwork is presented on this site: http://www.twproject.com.

For help there is a forum: http://www.twproject.com/forum , and user voice can be heard at http://feedback.twproject.com.

As always, persistent classes sources are under Sourceforge, and complete sources are available for customers under NDA.

A screenshot:

 

Hope to hear your feedback, regards,

Teamwork staff 

 

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