We here at Atlassian believe in working openly because when work is open we unleash the full potential in every team. And with the recent changes to data privacy legislation (i.e. GDPR), we really wanted to understand how privacy affects a team’s ability to be open.
We've just released Jira 8.0 and Jira Service Desk 4.0 together with the source files.
We are pleased to announce the availability of the first Early Access Program (EAP) release of Bitbucket Server 6.0.
Late last year we announced that A New Year will bring a new Confluence Cloud editor. This, as promised, is our follow up post in which we’re going to cover additional details about how we’re rolling this change out, and what it will mean for you.
In this post, we roundup all recent Ecosystem news.
There are only 3 months left (deprecation period ends 29 March 2019) to update your apps to use accountID instead of username and/or user key. Here are some helpful tips to guide you during the migration.
If you are building or refactoring an app for server, you can now use either AUI or Atlaskit to implement the ADG.
We've just released the Release Candidate for Jira 8.0, which comes together with the source files.
We’re quickly approaching the final days of Stride and Hipchat Cloud - theseproducts will be discontinued on February 15, 2019. All Stride and Hipchat CloudAPIs, developer support, and Marketplace support tickets will remain availablethrough Feb 15, 2019; Stride and Hipchat Cloud services will shut down afterthis date.
This week we released the first beta for Confluence 6.14. There are changes in this release that may directly affect 3rd-party apps.