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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.
README.md file contains quickstart instructions and other details about the app.
For more information, refer to our getting started guides for building Confluence, Jira, and Jira Service Management apps. Our tutorials and guides also offer useful information for common tasks.
forge register command creates a unique app ID in the
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.
Adds a custom field to a Jira issue that returns the total value of one or more currency amounts exchanged into a common currency. For example, you could enter currency amounts in euros and US dollars to display the total in Australian dollars. If no currency values are provided the field displays "No values yet." This message is applied using the context configuration.
useProductContexthook to get the issue global configuration based on the CustomFieldContextConfig component.
jira:customFieldTypeobject type in the manifest with formatter and schema properties.
Adds an issue panel that displays a world map, where the highlighted countries are related to the current issue that's selected via a custom field.
asUserto get issue details and custom fields.
Adds a Jira issue glance that displays the health of the issue. The app determines the issue health from the number of issues blocked, number of days without updates, and how many sprints have contained the issue. The app has configuration panel that is placed in admin pages.
asUserto get issue details.
Adds a Jira issue panel that translates the contents of an issue into a range of different languages using the Azure Translator Text API.
Adds a JQL editor to any Jira project page. This editor visualizes the statuses of all issues matching a query.
Adds a Jira issue glance that shows whether or not all required testing areas have been checked during QA demos. You can create and customize a checklist that contains the required testing areas per project.
Adds a simple todo list to a Jira issue for simple tasks that do not require a description, tracking, or workflow.
This app serves as an end-to-end example of how to write and use UI modifications in Jira Cloud.
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