Plugin Development Platform 2.10 Release Notes

19 April 2011

With pleasure, Atlassian presents the Atlassian Plugin Development Platform 2.10.

Release Components:

Highlights of this Release:

Wondering where are the Plugin Framework release notes?
Starting with Atlassian Plugin Development Platform 2.9, we've combined the releases of the plugin framework as well as other key plugins, libraries, and API's that plugin developers depend on into the Atlassian Plugin Development Platform. The platform has been used internally for many releases to test and deliver a set of capabilities our products and plugins could build upon, and starting with version 2.9, this platform has been made available to the public.

What issues were resolved?
For a list of what issues were resolved in each platform component, click the version in the component version table.

Comments, Requests and Feedback
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Highlights of this Release

Basic IE9 Compatibility in AUI

With the release of IE9 several changes were required to fix regressions in IE9. See AUI 3.4 Release Notes for details.

jQuery 1.5 upgrade in AUI

jQuery 1.5 is a major release which brings multiple new features.

WebSudo can now be enabled while in Atlassian developer mode


Atlassian developer mode (-Datlassian.dev.mode=true) changes the host application behaviour to be more developer friendly in various ways. One optimisation disables WebSudo functionality in order to make testing easier and faster. -Datlassian.dev.websudo=true can be used to revert this while using the developer mode.

Universal Plugin Manager adds a new tab displaying useful information about the state of the host application's OSGi container


When Atlassian developer mode is enabled, Universal Plugin Manager contains a 'Developer' tab displaying useful information.

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