Kanban, one level up: agility at the product level.
AppFab helps software product teams build fanstastic apps, by encouraging contribution, transparency, participative planning, and emergent prioritisation of projects.
It works great for small teams with external stakeholders, or larger teams (ours is 25 people).
Its goal is not to replace day-to-day tools like Kanbanery or Pivotal Tracker, but rather a means to let the collective pitch ideas, priorise them through voting, and follow them through their whole lifecycle.
memcached to be installed.
With those installed you can setup the application by running:
Locally, it is preferable to use Pow with to run Appfab, using
.dev.io local domain. If you do not want to use pow, configure
APP_DOMAIN=localhost. This is because Appfab will make attempts to
redirect you to a canonical domain.
If you want to test SSL redirections, we recommend to use tunnels in conjunction with Pow--it's the simplest way to serve SSL locally.
Go to appfab.io and create your account. Signup is free and the app is pretty self-explanatory.
As the app is in beta, the hosted version is free for all but aboslutely no SLA or guarantee of customer support is provided.
Propose or pick an issue, fork, write tests, write code, refactor, issue a pull request.
Please make sure to
- [mention the issue](https://github.com/features/projects/issues#section- close-via-commit- message) in your pull request,
- follow existing conventions,
- when in doubt, consult the Guide.
and be prepared to discuss your solution!
Please always issue pull requests against the
AppFab is free software, copyright (c) HouseTrip Ltd.
Its source code is made available to the public under a slightly modified version of the AGPL 3 licence, which:
- comes with extensive copyleft provision like the GPL,
- forces licencees that modify the software to share their modifications here, even if they don't redistribute it.
If you plan to contribute to AppFab, please have a read at LICENCE.md in this repository.
While neither "AppFab" text mark nor the appfab logo (boldface black letter "a" on white background) are currently registered in any country, the original author (Julien T. Letessier) hereby claims both in the context of NICE categories 9; 38; 41; and 42.
If trademarks mean nothing to you, this is intended to protect the name "AppFab" and set precedent to avoid trademark squatting and bullying from trademark trolls.