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27 September 2010With pleasure, Atlassian presents the Atlassian Plugin Development Platform 2.8.
This is our first public announcement of the Atlassian Plugin Development Platform. Using Atlassian's plugin development tools, developers can create plugins that extend the functionality of Atlassian applications such as JIRA, Confluence and others. The Atlassian Plugin Development Platform defines the set of tools a plugin developer can use.
In upcoming releases we will extend the platform to include more of the available tools, making it easier for you to manage dependencies and ensure you have all the components you need.
Haven't used the Atlassian Plugin Development Platform yet?
Take a look at our guide to the platform and its components.
With Atlassian's plugin framework, you can create plugins that extend the functionality of Atlassian applications such as JIRA, Confluence and others. The plugin framework executes the plugins and manages the available plugin modules.
Highlights of Atlassian Plugin Framework 2.6:
See the Plugin Framework 2.6 Release Notes.
SAL provides the APIs for accessing common services, regardless of the underlying Atlassian application interfaces.
Highlights of SAL 2.2:
Highlights of AUI 3.2:
See the AUI 3.2 Release Notes.
The REST module is an Atlassian plugin module that you can use to create plugin points easily in Atlassian applications, by exposing services and data entities as REST APIs.
Highlights of the REST plugin module 2.2:
See the REST Plugin 2.2 Release Notes.
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