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Joeffice

Joeffice is an open source office productivity suite. Currently in alpha version for Windows, Mac and Linux (or subscribe to an online version), it is written in Java and released under the Apache License 2.0.

Joeffice made news headlines when it was discovered that software developer Anthony Goubard completed the first release of the office suite in 30 days.

Joeffice open source office productivity suite

Joeffice includes a text editor, spreadsheet, presentation and database applications and  many features such as a docking system to visualize several documents in the same window and it works with Microsoft document formats.

Recommended Reading: SOHO Business Solutions: Office Productivity Software.







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