TaskBoard is a free and open source software, inspired by the Kanban board, for keeping track of tasks.
Kanban is a technique for visualizing the flow of work and organizing projects. En particulier, in software development it provides a visual process management system to help in deciding how to organize production.
As you can see in the image above, this software makes it easy to keep track visually of the evolution of your projects.
- Gratuit, Open-Source (MIT License), and Self-Hosted
- Easy installation
- Unlimited boards (projects)
- Customize columns within boards and persistent expand/collapse per user
- Items allow custom colors, categorization, Markdown descriptions, Pièce détachée, et commentaires
- Items display complete history of activities
- Full history of all board activity for admins
- Personnalisation facile
- Basic User management (admin, and regular users)
- No external dependencies
- Creates SQLite database on first use
- RESTful API
- Very limited dependencies
This tutorial will explain how to install it on CentOS 7.
Installer le serveur Web Apache
Tout d'abord, sur votre CentOS 7 server install Apache, by executing the following command:
# yum install httpd
Une fois l’installation terminée, start Apache and enable it to run at boot time:
# systemctl démarrer httpd # systemctl enable httpd
Being that TaskBoard is written in PHP, we must install it. Since it requires PHP5+, we will install PHP7 by using the Webtatic repository.
Première, install the EPEL repository, which is required by Webtatic:
# yum install epel-libération
Mise à jour :
# yum update
Maintenant, it is possible to install the Webtatic repository by executing the following commands:
# rpm - Uvh https://mirror.webtatic.com/yum/el7/webtatic-release.rpm # yum update
Once the repository is ready, et
yum can use it, installer PHP 7.1 and the extensions required by TaskBoard:
# yum install php71w php71w-gd php71w-json php71-readline php71w-cli php71w-sqlite3
TaskBoard uses SQLite as a database, which means that we can use it without having to install MySQL or other “big” databases.
SQLite can be installed with the following
yum commande :
# yum install sqlite
TaskBoard installation is really very easy, as anticipated by the lengthy features list presented in the introduction. En fait, it just requires that you download and extract the TaskBoard archive. Go to the Apache web root directory:
Ici, download the archive:
# wget https://github.com/kiswa/TaskBoard/archive/master.zip
# décompresser master.zip
unzip will extract the archive to a directory named
TaskBoard-master. Rename it (optional) :
# mv TaskBoard-master taskboard
Through Composer, install the required dependencies:
Prochaine, changer le
taskboard owner to the
apache utilisateur :
# chown -R apache:apache /var/www/taskboard
Create a Virtual Host
Create a new Virtual Host file for TaskBoard:
# $EDITOR /etc/httpd/conf.d/board.example.com.conf
Dans ce fichier, collez le contenu suivant :
<VirtualHost *: 80> ServerAdmin [email protected] DocumentRoot "/var/www/taskboard" ServerName board.example.com ServerAlias www.board.example.com <Directory "/var/www/taskboard"> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks AllowOverride All Require all granted </Annuaire> ErrorLog "/var/log/httpd/board.example.com-error_log" CustomLog "/var/log/httpd/board.example.com-access_log" combined </VirtualHost>
Redémarrez Apache :
# httpd restart systemctl
The last step is to finish installation through a web browser. Allez à l’adresse
Log in using admin as both username and password. Une fois que vous êtes connecté, change the administrator password by going in the Paramètres page.
We have seen how to install TaskBoard on CentOS 7. This Kanban-based application will surely help many people in organizing their projects workflow.