Differentiate between open source tools, vendor tools and in house tools.

Sharad Jaiswal
Sharad Jaiswal

Posted On: Feb 22, 2018

 

Difference between open source tools, vendor tools and in house tools are

Open Source tools: Open source tools are those tools which are free to use frameworks and applications. It is very advantageous for the budding developers as engineers develop this tool and make it free on the internet for other engineers, developers or enthusiasts to develop and use.

Vendor tools: Vendor tools are developed by those companies which have a license to use to access their tools and codes. In these tools, technical support is available for use on the internet.

In house tools: The tool that the company builds for its own use and self-development purposes are called in house tools. They are never available for public use.

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