✨ Say hello to WaffleBot ✨

At Waffle, our promise to you is to make project management painless for engineers. To that end, we’d like to introduce your new best friend, WaffleBot. WaffleBot automatically moves your cards for you on your Waffle board, based on actions you do every day. Open a Pull Request? WaffleBot will move that card to show … 

 

Space 48 Case Study

We always love to hear about how Waffle has improved our customers’ workflow and productivity. We got the chance to hear first hand from Space 48 on how and why they’ve adopted Waffle into their business model. Check out the following to hear all about Space 48’s experience with Waffle! What is Space 48 and … 

 

Framer.js Case Study

      We took the time to catch up with Edwin van Rijkom, Lead Product Developer at Framer, to find out why he chooses Waffle every day. You can follow Edwin on Twitter @evrijkom What projects are you working on and how do you want to impact the world? We built ‘Framer’ – a tool that … 

 

Adslot. Case Study

    We caught up with the Adslot team to chat about why they pick Waffle each and every day to manage their GitHub issues and pull requests. We may be biased, but Adslot’s answer to question #4 may be our favorite. What is Adslot and how are we impacting the world? Adslot is a leading global … 

 

Code Splitting in Angular 2 with Webpack 2

Code splitting generally refers to splitting up your JavaScript application into multiple files and only load what you need when you need it. This is an optimization that decreases initial download size which improves the initial startup time of your app. The following techniques illustrate how we can achieve this with Webpack@2.2.0-rc.1 and Angular 2. … 

 

Collaborating on a Project with GitHub, Slack, Codeship, HoundCI and Waffle.io

This post was written by contributing author, Danny Smith. Danny is a Trainer, Ruby Developer and Course Designer at Sparta Global (@spartaglobal) where he trains university graduates as Software Engineers, Test Engineers and Business Analysts. He writes on Medium and tweets at @dannysmith. I know quite a few junior developers (including some of my students) who have reached a … 

 

How to Build for GitHub Enterprise

If you’re building an application that integrates tightly with GitHub, you’re going to see a significant amount of demand for an installable or on-premises version of your product. Large enterprise customers are likely running GitHub Enterprise in a private cloud or private datacenter and they’re reluctant to punch a hole in their firewall to communicate … 

 

Waffle Takeout for America

Small teams and startups evaluating our self-hosted offering, Waffle Takeout, now have an annual subscription plan that fits true to size — and the opportunity to make an impact, too. Recently we announced that Waffle Takeout annual plans start at $2,000 for up to 50 users. Now teams can start with up to 15 users and … 

 

A New Year, A Better Waffle

Our New Year’s resolution is simple and ongoing: improve the beauty, performance, and functionality of Waffle for our current and future customers. Heading into the new year, we’re taking big steps towards making Waffle a better place for teams to organize and track their work. We Built Smarter, Faster Boards Last year presented its share of … 

 

Free Forever Pricing

From the beginning, Waffle has helped open source projects improve visibility, focus, and collaboration, all for free. Previously, we planned to charge $5 per user per month for unlimited private repositories. We recently launched a new pricing page and announced that Waffle will be free for private repositories, too. Unlimited projects, unlimited collaborators. Curious how Waffle …