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Welcome to plugin development for Bitbucket Server. You will build a plugin with the same framework used in Jira and Confluence Server. If you have written Atlassian plugins before then you can use that knowledge to start from our experienced plugin development guide. Otherwise, the tutorials below provide a good introduction.
Note, these guides are for developing plugins to run on Server instances you host yourself. If you want to create an app for a cloud instance hosted by Atlassian then checkout our cloud plugin development tutorials.
Below are tutorials for different types of behavior in Bitbucket Server. Read through their summaries and choose one that represents something you are interested in or know about. Please note, all tutorials require you to install the Atlassian Plugin SDK.
After completing any of these tutorials you will have learned to do the following:
|Adding a link item in the pull request overview panel||Create a plugin that puts custom content on the Overview tab of a pull request|
|Controlling when pull requests can be merged||Only allow repository administrators to merge pull requests by writing a plugin containing a Merge Request Check|
|Decorating the user account||Write a plugin that decorates a user's account management page with custom content|
|Decorate the user profile page||Write a plugin that adds custom content to the public user profile|
Now you are ready to start developing your own plugins with the Atlassian plugin framework. If you would like to keep learning about plugin development for Bitbucket Server, continue with the following:
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