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Modern project manager for software development

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v0.6.0 2016-04-28 14:27 UTC

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About Kreta

Kreta is an ecosystem based on microservices that following the Domain-Driven Design can provide a serious, robust and testable project management platform written in modern PHP. In the other hand, the project keeps constantly in mind the importance of a good user experience so, the good design and client-side logic is a must. For that, Kreta uses "React with Redux" JavaScript stack.

We are committed to the Continuous Delivery philosophy so, all the code that is merged to the repository's master branch is automatically deployed to production by Travis. In this way you can visit the kreta.io and enjoy instantaneously with the last updates of the platform.

Documentation

All the documentation is stored in the /docs folder.

Show me the docs!

Contributing

Kreta follows PHP, Sass and JavaScript coding standards, so pull requests need to pass the PHP-CS-Fixer, Stylelint, ESLint and Prettier. Furthermore, if the PR creates some non-PHP file, remember that you have to put the license header manually. In order to simplify the CS process we provide a simple bash script that wraps all the commands related.

$ sh etc/bash/cs.sh

There is also a policy for contributing to this project. Pull requests must be explained step by step to make the review process easy in order to accept and merge them. New methods or code improvements must come paired with tests. We are using PhpSpec for PHP unit testing, PHPUnit for PHP integration tests and Jest for JavaScript code.

Credits

Kreta is created by:

@benatespina - benatespina@gmail.com
@gorkalaucirica - gorka.lauzirika@gmail.com

License

The Kreta project is open-sourced software licensed under the MIT license.