Archives for the tag: Atlassian developer ecosystem

Design Guidelines 1.4 Released

The Atlassian Design Guidelines (ADG) has an exciting new release. We've polished some old things, created some new things and have made the whole experience of using our guidelines even better. What's in the release? Forms The old forms page was heavily visited but not very helpful. We've overhauled the forms page making it more robust and easier to use. Included is a new way to validate forms and tooltip/help design that helps clean up our form layouts and allows users to focus on their

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When I first heard about Atlassian some years ago, one description kept coming up–"the power of Atlassian applications is that you can make them do whatever you want”. Enterprise software normally comes with a lot of constraints–it's costly, it has a strictly defined set of features, the APIs may be limited or non-existent, and integration is often a matter of expensive experts with special tools and knowledge of each system. The importance of open At Atlassian we do things differently–we're

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Last Chance for Epic Geeking Out

AtlasCamp 2011 is just a couple weeks away. Whether you're trying to improve productivity at your company or you want to share your invention with the world, AtlasCamp is the best place to pimp your plugin. Mingle with our developer ecosystem, meet folks who have built successful businesses with their plugins, and get one on one advice from over 30 Atlassian developers. Not to mention that awesome jam-packed agenda and a notoriously fun party! All of this combined explains why - we're not kidding

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