Posts by Ralph Whitbeck

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This week, we released the first beta for Confluence 6.5 Server. There are changes in this release that may directly affect 3rd-party add-ons.

Security vulnerability for all supported major release lines of Node.js. Download the latest versions and update your production environments.

At Atlassian Summit in San Jose, we'll be offering a half-day, hands on trainingon September 12, 1:30pm to 5pm, on Atlassian Connect.

Want to speak at AtlasCamp in Barcelona but not sure what to talk about? We've compiled a list of suggested topics for each track. Topics we know our attendees will want to hear about.

Learn how to theme your HipChat add-ons Sidebar based on the user selected theme.

Learn about a small feature of Atlassian Connect, the postInstallPage module.

Set up the HipChat JSON Schema in Visual Studio Code to make creating atlassian-connect.json files easier by using type ahead to suggest the keys available.

The latest version of the Atlassian Plugin SDK now has support for the Bitbucket Server.

Late last week, there were new releases for both Node.js and io.js that addressed a recent critical security concern. A bug in the V8 JavaScript engine was found that could cause a denial of service attack. Vendors with add-ons running Node.js or io.js in production may want to upgrade your servers.

On May 27th, JavaScript developers descended onto Amelia Island, Florida for JSConf 2015. Atlassian again, sponsored this years Node Rockets hack day event.

Join us on May 5th at 10am PDT for a free webinar to learn more about developing for Atlassian Connect. Atlassian Connect is Atlassian's next generation platform for building add-ons for Atlassian Cloud products.

AtlasCamp 2015

Last month, Atlassian was a proud supporter of the Node Summit in San Francisco. We were there to talk to developers about using NodeJS to build add-on microservices for Atlassian Cloud products. Earlier this week, Node Summit released the videos from the 2015 Conference.
Building an add-on with Node? Here are a few useful sessions!

Last week, Twitter was abuzz about an initial release of io.js. io.js is an npm compatible platform originally based on Node.js and is a fork of Joyent's Node.js.