Bushido Tickets is an issue tracking tool that helps individual developers and small teams manage issues. The application boasts a modern UI designed to improve the way tickets are handled. Users can tag and classify similar issues, prioritize. Everything related to a software development project can be managed, from regular tasks to QA issues and feature requests. Multiple project support is included so the user can keep all of their development endeavors in one centralized location whether they are for clients, friends or a personal undertaking. Advanced collaborative tools are also included and allow users to invite anyone to a project. Invitees can only see the projects they are invited to view. Teams will find streamlined communication through Bushido Tickets as well.Show more screenshots »
Bushido Tickets was created by Leapshot Labs Development Corporation. The application is focused on giving small teams, businesses and developers an effective way to handle QA, issues and feature requests. The application is still in beta but shows a lot of promise. Numerous websites have already featured Bushido Tickets however its reach is not yet widespread. Given the exciting capabilities and promise of more features coming soon, Bushido Tickets is positioned to really impress users and possibly change the way some companies and teams handle development tasks.
There are many reasons to love Bushido Tickets. The first is the extremely flexible collaboration tools. The application permits users to invite anyone to view a project. The invite does not grant access to all projects, only the one specified. This permits outsiders to get involved without sacrificing the privacy of the user’s other undertakings. The service caters to the needs of the developer with a UI designed to lower the time it takes to create a ticket so the user can spend more on coding.
Bushido Tickets comes packed with personality without losing touch with the professional. The website has an edgy attitude, with dark backgrounds and an inspiring logo. The user interface is much lighter and stays very clean and tidy. A similar style is found in the header bar, but never intrudes on the rest of the experience. Photos make user profiles more personal while comments and data are displayed in an orderly fashion along with a simple counter that shows the users current comments, closed issues and created issues.
Users have the opportunity to sign up for a beta account. This can be done by clicking the yellow “Sign Up” button found in the upper, right portion of the Bushido Tickets homepage. The registration form appears below in white and asks for an email address, username, password and terms of service agreement. The user is notified that their account was successfully created and can immediate sign in without taking further action. Users should note that all beta accounts will be upgraded to a one year Gold plan membership.
Bushido Tickets offers three membership plans with a fourth on the way. The Standard plan is free and includes up to three projects and 20 MBs of storage space. The Gold plan costs $10 per month and includes up to 10 projects and 200 MBs of storage space. The Platinum plan costs $50 per month and includes unlimited projects and 10 GBs of storage space. An Enterprise plan has been announced that will cost $500 per month. No specific details have been provided for the Enterprise membership. The Standard plan is the only membership option offered while Bushido Tickets is in beta.
Bushido Tickets offers many convenient tools that are designed specifically for the individual developer and small development teams. Even though the application works well in a professional setting, it is also intended for personal projects. The UI and features cater to the needs of the developer. A free plan is currently available which makes the application a great fit for users on a tight budget.