mite is a sleek online time tracking tool. Built in collaboration with the people who rely on it now: designers, developers, architects, and attorneys. Freelancers as well as small teams. mite lets you track your time in a structured way by breaking it down into customers, projects, and services. Track your time manually or with the built-in stop watch. Track it in the browser, on your Mac or PC, on your iPhone, via Twitter, Jabber or Ubiquity.
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The Mite Java Sample Code by Simon Martinelli demonstrates how to access the API to integrate time tracking into accounting, invoicing, and scheduling projects for freelancers. For updated information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mite PHP Sample Code by Mite presents API access to integrate time tracking into web services. Developers can create accounting, invoicing, and scheduling projects for freelancers, using the example as a reference. For updated information, contact email@example.com
The Mite Ruby Sample Code by Lukas Rieder demonstrates API access to integrate time tracking into web services. Developers can create accounting, invoicing, and scheduling projects for freelancers with accurate time tracking development. Use the sample as a reference. For updated information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org