Taiga – project management platform

Taiga is an open source project management platform for startups and agile developers & designers who want a simple, beautiful tool that makes work truly enjoyable.

Taiga can handle both simple and complex projects.

Taiga is made up of two components: taiga-front and taiga-back.

  • taiga-front has the frontend related code built with angularjs and coffescript. It can run on any static file server like nginx
  • aiga-back has the backend related code consisting of an API, built using django and python3

Features include:

  • Intuitive and easy to use.
  • Clean and elegant.
  • Customizable and adaptable.
  • Backlog.
  • Kanban.
  • Tasks.
  • Sprints.
  • Issues.

Website: taiga.io
Support: GitHub, Blog
Developer: Andrey Antukh, Jesus Espino Garcia, David Barragán Merino, Xavi Julian, Alejandro Alonso, Anler Hernández, Juan Francisco Alcántara, Esther Moreno Riesco
License: GNU Affero GPL v3


Taiga is written in Python. Learn Python with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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