This document provides instructions on using the CodeReady Toolchain planner to plan and track your development work using agile development methodologies. The CodeReady Toolchain planner is a task or work item tracker to plan and execute your project work. Work items can be grouped and categorized into various work item types depending on the planning template you select for a space. You can then associate these work items to iterations and sprints to track progress and plan work.
Work items are measurable units of work within a space that can be tracked. They are captured representations of work, assigned to a team member. Work items track data such as user stories, scenarios, tasks, and bugs.
The CodeReady Toolchain planner is a task or work item tracker to plan and execute your project work. It includes a set of predefined planning templates based on common development methodologies such as Agile and Scenario Driven Development. These templates determine the structure and features of the work item types and states available for a space.
Work items can be grouped and categorized into various work item types depending on the template you select for a space. These work items can then be scheduled to be completed within respective Iterations to track their progress.
Thus you can plan, execute, and track your development work based on the project management methodology you adopt.
CodeReady Toolchain planner uses the Agile development methodology to track tasks as work items assigned to collaborators.
Use the Agile development process to plan and execute your project using iterative cycles as follows:
In the dashboard of your space, select the Plan tab at the top of the page. The default Backlog view displays the Work Items for your space.
In the Add Work Item pane, select Task from the work item type drop-down list, type the title
Optimize CodeReady Toolchain resource usage, and click Add and Open to see the detailed view for the work item.
In the detailed view of the work item:
Change the state of the work item from New to Open.
Assign it to yourself.
Close the detailed view to go back to the list view.
See modifying work items for detailed information.
In the left panel, click the (+) icon adjacent to Iterations to see the Create Iteration window
In the Name field type
Test Iterationand force activate it.
Click the work item to see its preview and use it to associate the task to the Test Iteration.
You can now use the Test Iteration in the left panel to track the work item and ensure its completion within the iteration.