What is Gitboard?
Gitboard is an intuitive Kanban board for your Github issues. It runs securely in your browser and does not need an intermediate server. It is built using React.js, Bootstrap + Material Design, SASS and Require.js.
Gitboard is a tool in the Kanban for GitHub Issues category of a tech stack.
Gitboard is an open source tool with 186 GitHub stars and 23 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Gitboard's open source repository on GitHub
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Gitboard Alternatives & Comparisons
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ZenHub is a lightweight browser extension that adds a powerful set of features directly into GitHub's UI.
Track priority and rank for your GitHub issues across multiple repositories. Automatically see issues moved across a board for you, when you open pull requests or create branches.
Codetree is a project management app deeply integrated with GitHub issues -- every issue in Codetree corresponds directly to an issue on GitHub. We offer both a compact list view and kanban taskboards.
Zube's a project management platform that syncs with GitHub issues in real time. Zube has a kanban / scrum board that's designed for developers, a powerful issue manager for team leads, and a ticketing system for the entire team.
Adds a lightweight kanban board to GitHub issues, instantly adding project management to your GitHub projects. HuBoard is built from the ground up using the GitHub public API. HuBoard issues are GitHub issues, you will never have to deal with syncronization problems.