Anuko Time Tracker
Anuko Time Tracker (formerly WR Time Tracker) is a free, open source web-based application that provides users with a feature rich time-tracking system for keeping track on how much time a group of people spend working on a specific project.
It features a platform-independent architecture based on the PHP programming language and designed from the ground up to be deployed on Linux servers, as well as FreeBSD, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and other Unices.
Features at a glance
Key features include the ability to create as many user logins as you need, organize users in teams, create and edit activities and projects, input work time, as well as to generate reports.
The application allows you to track a single person a group of people, track time by projects and tasks or only by project, use custom fields in time records, view reports and share them via email.
It also comes with various Clients, Invoices and Charts plugins. The latter can be used to see time allocation by task or by project. In addition, the program will authenticate users against their password hashes that are stored in the database.
Another interesting feature is the ability to use LDAP authentication against an external LDAP server, such as OpenLDAP, Sun Directory Server or Windows ActiveDirectory, using a LDAP Authentication module.
Under the hood
Under the hood, we can report that the application works over the web and it is written entirely in the PHP server-side programming languages. It can be easily deployed on a Apache, Tomcat or IIS server, and uses a database to store its data, such as MySQL or MariaDB.
Summing up, Anuko Time Tracker is an interesting and fully functional time tracking application that works over the web, which means that it can be practically used from anywhere in the word through any modern web browser software. It is translated into many languages.