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Welcome to developing apps with Atlassian. Apps are how developers integrate with and customize our products.
You can build apps to help your team, or sell solutions in the Atlassian Marketplace. This page describes how to plan and build apps with our development platforms, product APIs, and other resources.
Atlassian makes products that help teams get stuff done. Each product has development frameworks, REST APIs, and other tools to help you create apps and solutions.
If you aren't sure which product you want to customize, take a look at our list of products to learn more about Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket, Jira Service Desk, and others.
Atlassian offers three deployment options for our products: cloud, server, or Data Center. Cloud products are hosted by Atlassian. Server and Data Center products are hosted by our customers.
Cloud apps use different frameworks from server and Data Center apps, so you can't run the same app across different platforms without some adjustments.
|Cloud apps||Server and Data Center apps|
See Cloud, server, and Data Center for an in-depth comparison of building apps for the different deployment options. Note that some products, such as Trello and Status page, are only available on cloud, while others are only server.
We’re making changes to our server and Data Center products, including the end of sale for new server licenses on February 2, 2021 and the end of support for server on February 2, 2024. Learn what this means for you.
Each product has a set of developer documentation, including basic platform information, getting started guides, and API reference materials.
Once your development environment is set up for the product and platform you're interested in, it's time to start building. If you're extending the UI, see our design guidelines and frontend components.
Share your app with your team by installing it in your team's Atlassian site.
Next, list your app in the Atlassian Marketplace so that others can benefit from your solution. You can make money by selling your app, or list the app for free. See the Marketplace documentation to review the guidelines for listing apps.
If you can't find the answers to your questions in our documentation, you can leave feedback on the pages you use.
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