what is it
scrumblr is a web-based simulation of a physical agile kanban board that supports real-time collaboration. it is built using node.js, websockets (using socket.io), CSS3, and jquery. i hope you like it.
you can play with a demo here:
And view a video here:
if you'd like to use scrumblr go to scrumblr.ca. new boards are made simply by modifying the url to something unique. e.g. your team could use a shared board at: http://scrumblr.ca/thisisoursecretboard23423242
alternatively, you can follow the instructions below to setup scrumblr yourself. it is very simple -- it just uses redis and node.js.
if you are a developer, please fork and submit changes/fixes.
scrumblr works on up to date chrome browsers. tested mainly on chrome for osx.
my goal was to avoid buttons and ui (almost everything is edit in place or draggable). everything should be discoverable (no "help"). the look is meant to be as close as possible to Well.ca's real sprint board. see picture below. many of the decisions were to make the app look and feel as much as possible like well.ca's real sprint board -- you may find this annoying but we find it kinda funny.
how to install and run on your own computer (linux/osx)
- install redis (last tested on v6.0.9)
- install node.js (last tested on v13.11.0)
- install npm
- cd to the scrumblr directory; you should see server.js and other files.
- run redis
redis-server(this will run forever, so open a new terminal for the next steps, or learn how to run redis as a daemon)
- run scrumblr
node server.js --server:port=80where "80" is the port you want scrumblr to run on. it defaults to 8080
- open a browser to
<server>is your server's url or IP address, and
<port>is the port you chose in the previous step. e.g. `http://yourwebserver:8080/
scrumblr is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
scrumblr is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
the images used in scrumblr, however are licensed under cc non commercial noderivs:
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.