Developer Posts

In Jira 8.2 we are planning to officially announce the support for Java 11. It means that you can run Jira on OpenJDK 11 or Oracle JDK 11 and request our support should any issues arise. At the same time we’ll continue supporting Java 8 throughout Jira 8.0.x lifetime.

We’re now accepting applications for the next App Week, which will happen June 3-7, 2019 in the heart of Berlin.

In this post, we roundup all recent Ecosystem news.

The new target deprecation date for Jira Cloud, Confluence Cloud, Bitbucket Cloud, and Connect REST APIs is April 29, 2019.

We’ve recently introduced a new mechanism in Atlassian Connect that allows developers to opt-in to new APIs before the deprecation period ends on the outgoing APIs. Currently, the only active migration is the GDPR migration to improve user privacy. Learn how best to develop for this migration.

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.