Agile Commander is a desktop kanban board for IT project management Its goal is to be extremely powerful for single programmers (indie developers, freelancers, start-ups) and small teams. Agile Commander is consistent with the software agile principles. Its also a good bug tracker.
Which Agile Commander feature decide, that program is designed especially for single users or small teams? Is classic application - don't need server or any additional infrastructure, you can use it on your own computer. Have got small hardware - requirements application need after launch just about 40 MB RAM, don't strain your computer resources and don't affect its efficiency when is off. Made you an owner of your data - every project is written in custom file in JSON readable format, don't need to install any database server. Made your actualization under control - while Agile Commander is a common desktop application, you don't need to worry that at a crucial moment of your project the web application provider make fundamental changes or end the services. It only depends on you when you switch to a newer version of the software. Work offline - you do not need an internet connection, work wherever you be without worrying about accessing your data. Had perpetual license - no monthly fees (subscription). Had quick story filtering by using text and easily accessible story type buttons. Checklists; links and file management; moving cards between columns using drag&drop; activity log - full history of changes in the project with convenient filtering; project statistics - you can check the current state of work at any time.
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Windows Server 2008