Last updated Nov 29, 2023

Example apps for Bitbucket

Before you begin exploring these example apps, you'll need to set up the Forge CLI first. Learn more about getting started.

Once the Forge CLI is up and running, clone an example app repository to explore and customize it locally. Each repository's README.md file contains quickstart instructions and other details about the app.

For more information, refer to our getting started guides for building Bitbucket, Confluence, Jira, and Jira Service Management apps. Our tutorials and guides also offer useful information for common tasks.

The forge register command creates a unique app ID in the manifest.yml file and links the ID to the current developer. Forge apps can currently only be deployed and installed by the developer who is linked to the app.

This app adds a pull request card that displays pull requests related to the one you're viewing, based on the Jira tickets mentioned in the title of the current pull request.

To try this app out, you can install it into your workspace.

Repository metadata audit log

This app adds a repository settings page that displays metadata changes to your repository. To capture changes to the repository, it subscribes to the Bitbucket repository updated event.

To try this app out, you can install it into your workspace.

Classic merge checks as custom merge checks

This app implements Bitbucket's classic merge checks as custom merge checks. It uses a repository settings page to configure merge check conditions.

This app does not replace Bitbucket's existing merge checks. It is for demonstraing how existing merge checks can be seamlessly transformed into custom merge checks.

To try this app out, you can install it into your workspace.

Pull request title validator with custom merge checks

This app creates a custom merge check that can block a pull request from being merged if the title does not contain a string configured in the repository settings page.

To try this app out, you can install it into your workspace.

Pull request secrets scanner with custom merge checks

This app creates a custom merge check that can block a pull request from being merged when there are secrets detected in your repository.

To try this app out, you can install it into your workspace.

Dynamic Pipelines provider tutorial app

This app is a reference implementation of Orchestrate your builds using Dynamic Pipelines tutorial, it adds a step to the default pipeline.

To try this app out, you can install it into your workspace.

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