N O T I C E
TaskBoard is currently being re-written from scratch. The
dev branches are still maintained, but are not getting new features at this time.
A Kanban-inspired app for keeping track of things that need to get done.
The goal of TaskBoard is to provide a simple and clean interface to a functional and minimal application for keeping track of tasks. It's not trying to be the next Trello or LeanKit.
How It's Made
- Front end
AngularJS single-page app.
Bootstrap for base look and feel.
- Back end
A web server running PHP with sqlite enabled. Developed and tested under Apache2 running PHP 5.5+.
The server must have
php5-sqlite installed, as well as the
expires Apache modules.
Note: For Apache v2.3.9 and later, virtual host for a site should have
AllowOverride All for TaskBoard root directory. Otherwise, .htaccess files will be completely ignored.
Installing TaskBoard is as easy as 1, 2, (3), 4!
Clone the repository directly where you want it, or clone and copy to it's final location.
git clone https://github.com/kiswa/TaskBoard.git
Install the PHP dependencies via composer. Open
TaskBoard/in a terminal and run
TaskBoard/build/in a terminal and run
Visit the site and log in with the username and password
admin(and don't forget to change the password once you're in!).
TaskBoard/api/ is writable so the back end can do its job!
Now you can start a simple development environment with the php internal webserver.
php -S 127.0.0.1:8080 devrouter.php
After launching the internal webserver go to http://127.0.0.1:8080/
TaskBoard will email you (if you supply it with an email address) about changes in the following cases: Board Created, Board Updated, Item Created, Item Edited, Item Comment Created, and Item Comment Edited.
For now, it emails all users assigned to the related Board. There will be further work done on this to allow more fine-grained control of emails.
The settings page allows normal users to see what boards they have access to and edit their user settings.
Admin users have the same, with the additional abilities of adding/editing users and boards, and viewing a log of all activity in TaskBoard.
Each board may have as many columns as needed. For example, a software project might have columns like:
- In Work
Or maybe you want to track a simple todo list with just:
It's all up to you! However many columns you have, each column may have tasks added to it, and tasks can be dragged to other columns as they progress (or edited and assigned to a new column).
Boards may also have categories for additional organization, e.g.
An item (task) only has to have a Title to be added to a board, but there is much more than that available. Items may be assigned to any user on the board (or left Unassigned), and include options for Due Date, Color, Points (an optional difficulty rating), and Category.
TaskBoard uses a Markdown parser for the Description, allowing for better display of details (like this readme).
Once an item has been entered, it may have Comments or Attachments added to it by viewing the task detail. There is a link to edit the item, which takes you to a modal much like the original add item dialog. For admin users, there is also a link to delete the item. This view also shows the task's activity log on the right side of the screen, displaying the complete history of events related to the item.
Constructive feedback is appreciated! If you have ideas for improvement, please add an issue or submit a pull request.
If you find a bug, please post it on the Issue Tracker.
Lines of Code
Count was done from parent directory of TaskBoard as
cloc TaskBoard --exclude-dir=lib,vendor.
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Counts Last Updated: Nov 8, 2015