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SPrello – an open source UI for SharePoint 2010 inspired by trello.com

Date:February 14th, 2012 Author: Category: General Comments:1 ;

Even with all the fancy project management and collaboration tools available I bet most offices still rely to some extent on the more traditional methods – white boards and post it notes!

Last year Fog Creek Software released very swish app called Trello that aims to move these post-it notes into the 21st century.

“Trello is an online collaboration tool that organizes projects into boards. In one glance, Trello tells you what’s being worked on, who’s working on what, and where something is in a process.”

As we use SharePoint for much of our day to day collaboration (no surprise there) I wondered if a similar interface could be made for SharePoint?

Hence SPrello was born. It’s pretty basic (at the moment) and will likely never have the real time features of Trello but I hope it can be useful and as it’s an open source project you can adapt and build upon it to fit your requirements.

It’s been released as an open source project on Codeplex http://sprello.codeplex.com

  • SharePoint 2010 sandbox web part
  • EMCAScript Client Object Modell
  • JQuery/JQueryUI libraries

If you find it useful please come back here and let us know how you’re using it!

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One Response to “SPrello – an open source UI for SharePoint 2010 inspired by trello.com”

  1. Wilt Rovira says:

    is it compatible with SharePoint 2013?

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