In Pictures: Bossie Awards 2013 - The best open-source application development tools

InfoWorld's top picks among all of the languages, frameworks, libraries, and tools that programmers use

Enalean Tuleap Enalean is a French company that doesn't receive much attention in the States, but the company's open source application lifecycle management tools could certainly change that. Tuleap helps you bring order and discipline to development lifecycle processes by coupling workflow automation with change management and quality compliance.

Within a Tuleap project workspace you can view and update artifacts via direct integration with version control, code review, and continuous integration tools (the likes of Git, Garrit, and Jenkins). The Eclipse Mylyn connector was a good addition this year, bringing bug reports right into Eclipse code views. Good collaboration tools, change monitoring, and real-time dashboards make it all the more likely that the best-kept secret in application lifecycle management will get out.

-- James R. Borck

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