A message view, seen within Basecamp
|Initial release||February 5, 2004|
Basecamp offers to-do lists, wiki-style web-based text documents, milestone management, file sharing, time tracking, and a messaging system. It also offers integration with 37signals' own Campfire product.
Basecamp is proprietary software available in English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Finnish, Portuguese, Danish, Dutch, Polish, Swedish, Greek, Russian, Hungarian, and Japanese. They recently launched a newer version of Basecamp that doesn't include support of other languages.
|This section does not cite any references or sources. (February 2012)|
There are a large number of official and unofficial Basecamp addons that are available, mostly created by the Basecamp community. These addons are both in the form of web services (such as Tick for Time Management) and desktop or mobile applications such as Timy which allows users to update their timesheets easily from a desktop or mobile phone, or Rappel for iPhone that allow full integration with the Basecamp framework). There is also a web services and Google Chrome browser extension called cloudHQ for Dropbox which allows Basecamp users to synchronize Basecamp projects with Google Docs and Dropbox storage and also to edit Basecamp project attachments in the browser.
- Grimmer, Lenz (2006-02). "Interview with David Heinemeier Hansson from Ruby on Rails". MySQL AB. Retrieved 2007-07-13.
|This software article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|