Posts about JIRA
The JIRA development team is proud to announce that the JIRA 7.4 Early Access Program (EAP) release downloads are now available.
Atlassian Connect now supports the JWT Bearer token authorization grant type for OAuth 2.0 for JIRA and Confluence Cloud. This allows add-ons with the ACT_AS_USER scope to access resources and perform actions in JIRA and Confluence on behalf of users.
Learn about a small feature of Atlassian Connect, the postInstallPage module.
Upwork's mission is to make it easy to get work done and hire freelance help - including development help. Many Upwork customers and freelancers use JIRA Software for development planning. This post shares our lessons learned from building an integration between Upwork and JIRA, including using our own security framework.
In this follow-up post Andreas Knecht, ex-Atlassian and founder at Code Barrel, shares some more great tips for developing JIRA Server add-ons with a modern development stack.
The JIRA development team is proud to announce that the JIRA 7.2 Early Access Program (EAP) release downloads are now available.
In this guest post Andreas Knecht, ex-Atlassian and founder at Code Barrel, shares some great tips for developing JIRA Server add-ons with a modern development stack.
We're delighted to announce that JIRA Service Desk now has a public REST API. This complements the JIRA Software REST API that we released with JIRA Software last year. These new APIs make it easier to quickly build integrations and Atlassian Connect add-ons for JIRA Software and JIRA Service Desk.
JIRA Agile can be used for more then just visualizing your development workflow.You could try managing your beer or wine collection. Or plan your wedding or the arrival of a baby.Take a look at some of our examples and share yours!
The issue collector is one of the many hidden gems in JIRA.It's easy to use and can provide you with another tool to get feedback from your users into JIRA.
The JIRA development team is proud to announce that the first Early Access Program (EAP) release of JIRA 7 is now available. JIRA 7 is the biggest JIRA release ever. There are a large number of API changes and library changes, so now is the time to begin testing your add-on. Download the JIRA 7 EAP today and check out the preparing for JIRA 7 development guide.
This is a follow up to our previous reminder about the JIRA SOAP API. The JIRA SOAP API will be removed from JIRA Cloud on July 6.
We've upgraded to Java 8! Our SDK now requires that you run with JDK 1.8. Given the recent end-of-life of Java 7, our products are on the road to deprecating JDK 1.7 as a supported environment. For you add-on devs out there, you'll need to upgrade your environment to Java 8 and JDK 1.8. If you've run your environment lately and ran into issues such as a blank screen, read on to update and get back into action!
If you work for a big company, you know all the big ALM tools. Fortunately, the experience fills out a résumé nicely. Unfortunately, you have to deal with all of them at the same time. I've seen it happen for any number of reasons: outsourcing, acquisitions, restructuring. Whatever the history, the variety of tools can cause communication silos. According to Melvin Conway, those silos doom the software you produce to be siloed. If you thought the only alternative was a lot of custom development using a hodge-podge of languages and protocols, then you may have missed a new generation of middleware designed specifically for ALM integration.
Remember February 2013? Pope Benedict XVI resigned, Beyoncé performed at the Super Bowl, and Atlassian announced that JIRA's SOAP and XML-RPC APIs would be deprecated in JIRA 6.0. Fast-forward two years and we're approaching the next major milestone in our journey: the SOAP and XML-RPC API modules will be removed from JIRA Cloud soon and in the 7.0 release of JIRA Server.