I have been using Unfuddle for a while now with a number of my clients. To quote Unfuddle themselves it is a “secure, hosted project management solution for software development teams.”
Depending on your level of membership, which start at free, you get ticketing, time tracking, messages, subversion or git hosting, notebooks and milestone tracking. It is a slick, cost effective, solution that works well and is great for distributed teams, such as those I am working with.
However, there aren’t any mobile optimised screen, so I decided to try and put something together to enable me to get a simple view on my projects when I am away from the office.
Using the Unfuddle api, the excellent iUI iPhone user interface framework and a bit of PHP to hang it all together I have got a read only view on my projects. So far you can see basic account information and look and search tickets and messages.
If you have an Unfuddle account and want to try it out and give me some feedback you can log in here. One thing I haven’t been able to do so far is test it with large volumes of data and so if you have large numbers of tickets and messages I would be interested to know how well (or poorly) it performs.
Below are some screenshots of the various pages.