Aionic offers open source applications for project management and collaboration. Our focus is on simplifying and accelerating the workflow for agile teams.
Aionic offers a set of open source products for project management of any size. All our products are released under the MIT license, so feel free to customize it and share it with others!
Please keep in mind that we just develop the software and don't host the applications anywhere for public usage. That means you have to take care of the hosting for yourself.
All products are built on top of the Aionic Core application, since this is the place where all your data is managed and distributed. So for the usage of any other application, you have to use at least Aionic Core.
Moreover we highly recommend Aionic Manager which makes your data management much easier.
Some of the technologies we trust: Node.js, React, MySQL
Aionic Core is the foundation for any other of our applications, since it's the place to store and distribute all the data you create. The application is a REST API written in Typescript and based on an Express.js HTTP server.
Some of the features included in this app:
- REST API
- Mail Service
- MySQL ORM
- GitHub API integration
- Permission control via ACL
- Authentication via JWT or BasicAuth
- SMTP server (for sending mails)
- MySQL database
First of all, create a new database on your MySQL server:
CREATE DATABASE aionic;
Afterwards, rename the following files and enter your credentials / infos:
- .env.example -> .env
- .ormconfig.json.example -> .ormconfig.json
Now, run the following commands to start the application in production mode
yarn install yarn build yarn start
Last but not least run the following command for SQL data seeding:
yarn run seed
NOTE: You can also use npm.
Our focus is on simplifying and accelerating the workflow for agile teams in the open source way.
We try to help other people and companies realizing their ideas by offering highly maintainable project management softwares that everybody can adjust as desired.
Aionic Core is released under MIT license.