FOXopen is an open-source framework created by DECC's Energy Development Unit. It's used by thousands of people in both government and commercial applications.
Because FOXopen is a free and open-source project, your organisation can benefit from new features and improvements created by other users. But if you want to keep your changes to yourself, the project's BSD licence lets you modify FOXopen without releasing your code.
FOXopen's origins lie in applications and consents systems that require detailed tracking and collaboration. It can be applied to any complex workflow to provide a complete end-to-end service.
How it works
FOXOpen applications are developed by creating Application and Module XML definition files, which are stored in a database.