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.
We’re thrilled to announce a new project that will increase the quality and speed of the support we provide our Ecosystem. We have created Ecosystem service desks to address the various needs of our community.
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.
Endless 'in review' columns in agile boards is one of the most common issues raised by software teams (including at Atlassian!) Find out how you can craft your pull requests so that they are approved as quickly as possible.
We're happy to announce Codegeist, Atlassian's ninth add-on online hackathon.
In this post Derek Chamorro, Senior Security Architect at Atlassian, shares some common mistakes made when building Dockerfiles.
Have you ever wanted to try out a full serverless architecture? Or write a HipChat plugin? The new open source boilerplate from GorillaStack, announced at this year's AtlasCamp, enables developers to easily deploy the back-ends for their plugins to Amazon Web Services' serverless products in Lambda, API Gateway, DynamoDB, and S3.
A lot of news came out of AtlasCamp 2016. I was especially proud of the story about TestFairy's end-to-end integration. I helped TestFairy build the connections between JIRA, HipChat, Bitbucket, Bamboo, and Bitbucket Pipelines to their service for mobile beta testing. I hope to see other integrations follow TestFairy's lead and hyperlink to source code in Bitbucket. Read on to learn how.