Open Source

June 5, 2013 Responsive no responses # , , , , , ,

Converse.js – Open Source – Facebook-Like Chat Client

Converse.js is an open source chat application that can connect to any XMPP/Jabber server (like Google Talk, Skype, etc.).

Converse.js

It sits in the footer of web pages just like Facebook-chat and has support for one-to-one or multi-user conversations. Contact requests can be accepted/declined, statuses can be set (online, away..) and there are “typing” notifications to inform the “listening” users.

With a little custom coding, single-site login can be accomplished (users logged in to the site will automatically be logged in to the chat). Also, Converse.js doesn’t use any server-side code and it is totally built with JavaScript.

Requirements: No Requirements

Website: http://conversejs.org/
Download: https://github.com/jcbrand/converse.js

February 19, 2013 Development , MySQL , PHP , Project Management no responses # , , , ,

BugKick – Open Source Bug Tracking App

BugKick is an open source bug tracking and task management application (source is hosted on GitHub) that is “light” in means of features (which i sometimes nice).

It is built with PHP-MySQL and allows teams to define projects, add tasks to them (which can be tagged with anything like “bug” or “feature request”) and assign to teammates.

BugKick

Discussions under each task is possible, status updates about each of them are delivered via e-mail and closed ones are not deleted but kept.

There is an API for integrating it into our own apps and a JavaScript snippet + a contact form helps users to submit bugs too.

Requirements: PHP, MySQLWebsite: https://bugkick.com/
Download: https://github.com/aaronmusopen/bugkick

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