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Initial release July 17, 2012 (2012-07-17)
Written in Ruby on Rails
Operating system Cross-platform
Type Project management
Website is a web-based project management tool featuring real time collaboration. It is suitable for small software development teams (2-10 people). The product is distributed as software as a service (SaaS) and released in July 17, 2012.


This product originally created for internal use in a small consulting team based in China. Latter the team decide to distributed it as software as a service for public use then change the name from Fuddle to and released in July 17, 2012.

Main features[edit]

  • Projects management
  • Iterations management
  • Tickets management
  • Attachment management
  • Real-time comments
  • Email notifications and web notifications
  • Basic search

Technology used[edit] uses Ruby on Rails, MySQL, Spine.js, WebSocket, Pusher, CoffeeScript, Redis, Sidekiq.

See also[edit]

Category:Collaboration Category:Web applications Category:Project management software