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Sample Add-ons

The following repositories contain sample Atlassian Connect add-ons. This list is growing all the time, so check back often.

Please be aware that this list only contains Sample add-ons. Go to the page on Frameworks and Tools if you want to find frameworks, libraries and tools that you can use in your Atlassian Connect development.

Add-on Language Framework(s) Description
Sequence Diagramr JavaScript Atlassian Connect Express (ACE) - Node.js A Confluence macro for creating UML sequence diagrams on the page.
Tim's Word Cloud JavaScript Atlassian Connect Express (ACE) - Node.js A macro that takes the contents of a page and constructs an SVG based word cloud.
Webhook Inspector JavaScript Atlassian Connect Express (ACE) - Node.js Inspects the response bodies of the available webhooks in Atlassian Connect.
Entity Property Tool JavaScript Node.js An Atlassian Connect add-on that allows manipulation of entity properties in JIRA.
Who's Looking Java Atlassian Connect Play Java - Play Framework Displays the users who are currently looking at a JIRA issue.
JIRA Autowatcher Java Atlassian Connect Play Java - Play Framework Automatically add watchers to newly created JIRAs
Hackathon Haskell Snap framework An add-on to run any Hackathon via JIRA. A feature rich sample add-on with tight integration with JIRA. This is the add-on that Atlassian uses for ShipIt.
My Reminders Haskell Snap framework Sends you reminders about JIRA issues
Google Maps macro HTML / CSS / JavaScript (Static add-on) No framework
(Static add-on)
Insert Google Maps into your Confluence pages
Sketchfab for Confluence HTML / CSS / JavaScript (Static add-on) No framework
(Static add-on)
A static Atlassian Connect add-on that renders Sketchfab 3D models in Confluence pages
Who's Looking Front-End Only Prototype HTML / CSS / JavaScript (Static add-on) No framework
(Static add-on)
Similar functionality to the original Who's Looking Play-based add-on, but written entirely using static HTML, JS & CSS using Firebase.
Who's Looking (Play Scala) Scala Play Scala framework Same functionality to the original Who's Looking Play-based Java add-on, but written in Scala, built on the Play Scala framework.
Atlas Lingo Scala Play Scala framework Translate JIRA issues into other languages using Google Translate API.

Note: A simple Atlassian Connect addon can consist of entirely static content (HTML, CSS and Javascript). These add-ons do not have a framework in the traditional sense and have been marked as "Static add-on" in this list.