Archives for the tag: add-on

Successful product teams incorporate user feedback throughout their development cycle. Product owners meet with customers.  Development teams respond to bug reports internally and issues from the field.  For user feedback to be helpful to the program, it needs to be actionable.  For the developers in the audience, how many of you have seen bug reports like this? As developers, that type of bug report doesn’t give us much to go on.  Ill formed issues are a central developer pain point.

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Guest blog: Burnup reports for agile teams

Atlassian's public issue tracker, jira.atlassian.com, contains all kinds of feature requests from our customers. Occasionally, our ecosystem of add-on developers takes it upon themselves to build an add-on that implements one of these features, such as Broken Build recently did with GHS-5513. Meet them at Atlassian Summit 2014! “As a Scrum Master, I'd like to have BurnUp Charts available on the Rapid Board” says GHS-5513. What is a burnup chart anyway, and why does it matter? Can't you just

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Guest blog: Using AtlasBoard to create testing boards

This is a guest blog post from Karthik Selvakumar, client services engineer at Zephyr, about extending AtlasBoard – Atlassian's open source wallboard app – to include test data from the Zephyr for JIRA test case management add-on for JIRA. What is Atlasboard? Atlasboard is a NodeJS app that allows you to create wallboards. Once you install Atlasboard, you can quickly generate a wallboard and set up dashboards, widgets, and jobs, and then run them. The basic AtlasBoard module gives you

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In the last two years we've pumped Confluence Team Calendars full of new features over the course of 22 releases. We're proud of our development speed and happy about how far the product has come in such a short time. In our latest release, Team Calendars 4.2, we haven't delivered a new feature, we've delivered all of the features you already use everyday, just faster. Speed isn't everything, but it is today The need for Team Calendars in your day-to-day is pretty simple. You want to be able

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AcDart – An Atlassian Connect Client Framework in Dart

TL;DR What: AcDart is an Atlassian Connect client framework written in Dart. It is designed so that it can be used in an À la carte fashion where you can pick and choose the parts you want in your own Dart stack, at the same time as providing a nice out of the box web stack to get started quickly.   Intro This blog serves two purposes: Introduce AcDart for anyone that may want to try it Give an insight into what's involved in building your own connect client

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Publishing kick-ass websites with Confluence

This is a guest post from K15t Software, the makers of the Scroll PDF Exporter, Scroll Office, and many other add-ons for Confluence. Their latest add-on, Scroll Viewport, makes it easy to turn Confluence into a CMS capable of publishing all types of content on a website. Since K15t was founded, we have built our entire company website in Confluence. Good idea? Maybe, maybe not – but we certainly learned a lot about Confluence theming. Over the years, we’ve discovered many of the

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