Atlassian provides great tools for productivity. From ticket management systems like JIRA to the knowledge base Confluence. With integrations between the systems, teams can collaborate, plan and process projects using agile methods like Scrum and Kanban. It allows us to plan our Sprints and manage feature requests and bugs. In addition it's possible to integrate it with other services. Atlassian supports TYPO3 with a free license of JIRA.
Balsamiq Mockups is a great tool for creating visual wireframes and mockups and comes with a huge amout of predefined user interface components out of the box. This way it enables to collect and share conceptual ideas on user experience topics as easily as one would be using pen and paper. Balsamiq supports TYPO3 Active Contributors and especially the TYPO3 Usability Group with a free license.
Blackfire is an analysis tool for PHP applications. It empowers all developers and IT/Ops to continuously verify and improve their app’s performance, throughout its lifecycle, by getting the right information at the right moment. Blackfire makes it possible to write performance tests, automate test scenarios, and drill down to the finest details whenever performance issues arise.
DDEV is an open-source tool simplifying getting local PHP development environments up and running within minutes. It's powerful and flexible as a result of its per-project environment configurations, which can be extended, version controlled, and shared. In short, DDEV aims to allow development teams to use Docker in their workflow without the complexities of bespoke configuration.
Tower is a Git client for Mac OS X that eases the tasks of handling change sets, cherry-picks, submodules and merging different sources. Using complex and difficult Git expressions on the command line belongs to the past, thanks to this great tool with a clean user-interface and overview. fournova, vendor of Tower, supports the TYPO3 Core Development Team with a free license.
Google has become much more than a search engine. Currently, Google offers more than a hundred products for end-users, businesses, and developers alike. The Tech Partnership with Google ensures that TYPO3 is regularly invited to the CMS Summit, Web Summit, and Security Summit. TYPO3 attends these events to stay in close touch with one of the leading web companies.
LanguageWire is a translation platform that offers everything you need to create, translate, and publish content in any language. It makes it easy to create global content. It streamlines how you create high-quality multilingual content using a platform that provides automated workflows, machine learning, and a direct integration into TYPO3.
RIPS Technologies GmbH is a high-tech company based in Bochum, Germany, and delivers automated security analysis for web applications as platform independent software or highly scalable cloud service. With innovative and language-specific code analysis algorithms even complex security vulnerabilities are detected that no other solution is able to find. Detailed patch instructions allow developers and consultants to remediate security risks in a time- and cost-efficient way, before these are exposed to attackers.
sgalinski is a web agency that is also developing TYPO3 specific plugins for the PhpStorm IDE - the TypoScript and Fluid plugins simplifiy the development of web applications based on TYPO3 with autocompletion, syntax highlighting and validation. sgalinski supports the TYPO3 Core Development Team with free licenses of their TYPO3 plugins.
Slack offers one-on-one messaging, private groups, persistent chat rooms, direct messaging as well as group chats organized by topic. All content inside Slack is searchable from one search box. Slack integrates with a number of third-party services Slack provides a free license for TYPO3.