A voo2do competitor worth noting is NextAction. NextAction is a fully-browser-based web application, and makes good on the promise of Save-As Deployment that I predicted on my blog in March. In NextAction, not only can you save the app to disk (actually, that’s the only way you’ll be able to save your data) but you can bring up an IDE and edit the code, query the DB, and run tests right in the browser. This is exactly the sort of craziness that will bring us even better web applications over time.
In closing, I’d like to quote one of my favorite kinds of voo2do mentions: the foreign-language review. This short one is from Dr-Leech’s Blog:
Voo2do – Muy buen administrador de tareas y proyectos, a mi gusto mejor que TadaList.com
Muchos gracias, Dr-Leech!
(Oh, and by the way, some nice improvements are in store for deployment this weekend, like project name autocompletion and time zone support.)