PhpReport is a web application for time tracking, which provides useful statistics about users, projects, and more.
The application is focused on companies or any situation where multiple people collaborate on a project. PhpReport allows managers to see project-level statistics such as cost and deviation, as well as user-level statistics like number of days worked and unused vacation days. In addition, it also includes tools for scheduling projects using extreme programming (XP) methodologies.
PhpReport makes use of the framework Ext JS to provide a rich user interaction with the web application.
Finally, PhpReport can communicate with external applications, like ERPs or desktop tools for personal time-tracking, by means of plugin development or through the exposed web services.
Download PhpReport from our releases page.
Then follow the instructions in the administrator manual to install it or to upgrade from an earlier release.
There is documentation for users and system administrators, it comes packaged with every release. Additionally, there is documentation intended for developers in the project repository, together with the latest version of user and admin documents:
News: Take a look at the project blog.
Development: Project sources, documentation and issue tracker are available at GitHub.
The project is released under the GNU General Public License, version 3.
This software includes code and assets from other open source projects:
Sources derived from the Propel project, originally licensed under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License, version 3.
Sources derived from the WordPress project, originally licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 2 or later.