I would like to share small information about the bug tracking or project management tools
Salesforce (https://login.salesforce.com/?locale=in) – is a web-based project management as well as bug tracking system, it is very effective in software quality assurance. The platform supports tasks planning, creating stories to track tasks as well as various reports and statistics. I used this tool for defect tracking, defect cloning and work hours burning. The other features of this tool include:
- Clone defects.
- Defect sharing.
- Kanban (Story-wise and project-wise), to helps companies visualize workflow, analyze and improve business processes and reduce waste.
- Burn Work Hours.
Unfuddle (https://unfuddle.com) – is a secure, defect tracking and project management solution. Developers can commit the source code. I used this tool for tracking defects in 2011-2012 in my software testing life. Look and feel is good, easy to use. The other features of this tool include:
- Web-based Subversion access.
- Milestone tracking.
- Bug and issue management.
JIRA (https://www.atlassian.com/software/jira) – is a branded issue tracking product, developed by Atlassian, used for bug tracking and project management. Developers can commit the code. I used this tool for tracking defects in 2012-2013. The other features of this tool include:
- Code Integration.
- Project Tracking.
- Issues Tracking.
- Process (Software development workflow).
- Planning (JIRA to help capture, assign, and prioritize their work).
- Version Control.
- Agile Planning & Collaboration.
- Test Case Management.
Axosoft (http://www.axosoft.com/bug-tracker) – (formerly OnTime) is a proprietary project management and bug tracking system, available as hosted or on-premises software. Project managers and developers are able to visually see each task, requirement, defect and incident in the system on individual filing cards through the Scrum planning board. I am using this tool for tasks creations, defect tracking, add work logs. The other features of this tool include:
- Bug tracking
- Requirements management
- Scrum planning board
- Scrum burndown charts
- Team wiki
- Help desk/incident tracking
- Workflow automation
- Data visualization
- SCM integration
Project Locker (https://portal.projectlocker.com) – is web-based project management and bug tracking with Trac. This tool was used for tracking defects, subversion hosting. Trac was my first bug tracking tool. The other features of this tool include:
- Project management (Roadmap, Milestones, etc.).
- Ticket system (bug tracking, tasks, etc.).
- Search engine for tickets.
- Email notifications.
- Wiki with attachments.
- Version control system.
- E-mail notifications upon changes being made to issues in the system.
- Version control system.
- Change Log.
TestLink (http://testlink.org/) – is a web-based test management system, it is very effective in software quality assurance. The platform offers support for test cases, test suites, test plans as well as various reports and statistics. I used this tool for creating test plan, test suite and test cases. The other features of this tool include:
- User roles and management.
- Grouping of test cases in test specifications.
- Test plans.
- Requirements with versioning.
- Support for testing different builds of the software.
- Reports and charts.
- Bug tracking system integration (Mantis, JIRA, and others).
Assembla (https://www.assembla.com/) – is web-based project management, code management and bug tracking system. Assembla using a distributed agile process to link employees from multiple locations. Assembla Workspaces provide development teams with tools including: task management, code repositories, real-time collaboration, and deployment tools. The other features of this tool include: