Migrating to GitHub Projects #2
Trello lost a column of issues that I had in progress, I have no idea what I misclicked but it's unacceptable to me after I had spent like an hour creating the issues and the board. Hacknplan is complex, is more for a multi-specialized team. I'm one man team who employs various artists - I don't need that planning complexity.
So I then tried GitHub Issues and Projects.
I'm a long-time open-source contributor, I started using GitHub in 2011 and I have a Developer plan by which I can create private repositories. I know how GitHub issues work so this was like a walk in the park.
The game's Kanban board made out of issues. You can define and arrange the columns however you want.
I've split the board into 4 main columns: Backlog, Priorities, In Progress and Done.
Started using React.js for UI. I have mapped each animation of the main character (Kil) to a key so I could test the frames and how the animation looks. If I found something weird I would send it back to he designer and iterate again.
The animation of the characters is based on sprite images. Each frame can be bigger or smaller than the previous, the rendering system knows how to adjust that based on the sprite's properties (x, y, width, height)
Here is the full dev log: