Category Archives: Atlassian Bitbucket
5 Add-ons to Extend Your Atlassian Dev Tools – Fourth Quarter 2016
Today’s post is closing our overview of the best products appeared on the Atlassian Marketplace during the 4th quarter of 2016. We’ve already shared our selections of top new add-ons for Confluence and JIRA. Now let’s take a look at 5 new plugins for Atlassian Dev Tools, Bitbucket and Bamboo, that we liked the most.
Top 5 new add-ons for Bitbucket and Bamboo released in October-December 2016:
Keep reading to learn about these tools and pick the ones you want to try.
Craving for more? Check out our posts for the first, second and third quarters. Continue reading
Top 5 New Add-ons for Atlassian Dev Tools – Third Quarter 2016
Earlier this month we’ve told you about the best new add-ons of 3Q 2016 for JIRA and Confluence. Have you already tried some of them? Today’s Top 5, last but not least, highlights new add-ons for Atlassian DevTools (Bitbucket and Bamboo) for July-September 2016. Wondering what else interesting has come out for development teams this year? Check out our posts for the first and second quarters.
From about 40 new add-ons for Bitbucket and Bamboo we choose five that we liked the most:
Keep reading to learn what these tools do and see which of them can be useful for your team. Continue reading
How to automatically deploy add-ons to JIRA, Confluence, Bitbucket using TeamCity
TeamCity from JetBrains is one of most famous systems that people use to build their own continous integration and continous delivery solutions. We at StiltSoft use TeamCity in our development process for different purposes, as follows:
- building add-ons
- running integration tests for checking add-on issues before their deployment to production systems
- running the code quality analysis with SonarQube
- deploying updates or add-ons to our test, staging or production instances
Today we’re going to tell you how to use TeamCity for automatic deployment of add-ons to Atlassian JIRA, Confluence or Bitbucket.
Top 5 New Add-ons for Atlassian Dev Tools – Second Quarter 2016
While the best of the best are fighting to be named top Olympic athletes, 5 new products for Atlassian Bitbucket and Bamboo already made it into the top list – our top 5 new add-ons for Atlassian Dev Tools for the 2nd quarter of 2016. If you missed out on earlier articles in this series, check out posts for 1Q 2015, 2Q 2015, 3Q 2015, 4Q 2015 and 1Q 2016.
In April-June the Marketplace got 31 new add-ons for Bitbucket and 17 new plugins for Bamboo. From this variety of new products we selected 5 that, as we believe, will be the most useful and interesting solutions for our readers:
We were at InTENSO your JIRA experience 2016
Last month we took part in the 4th edition of the conference called InTenso Your JIRA Experience. It was held by InTenso, an Atlassian Platinum Expert and Verified Vendor, in Warsaw (Poland). This year the event was bigger than ever with over 150 attendees, both users of Atlassian platforms and those who are just getting to know them.
The conference offered about a dozen of presentations and round tables about JIRA, Confluence and Dev Tools with best practices from Atlassian Experts and employees. Continue reading
Top 5 New Add-ons for Atlassian Dev Tools – First Quarter 2016
As usual, our team keeps track of what’s new on the Marketplace for Atlassian Dev Tools and every quarter shares the selection of top 5 new add-ons. If you haven’t read earlier posts in this series, you can take a look at:
Top 5 New Add-ons for Atlassian Stash – First Quarter 2015
Top 5 New Add-ons for Atlassian Stash – Second Quarter 2015
Top 5 New Add-ons for Atlassian Dev Tools – Third Quarter 2015
Top 5 New Add-ons for Atlassian Bitbucket – Fourth Quarter 2015
So let’s see what new plugins Bitbucket and Bamboo users can try to add even more value and functionality to their code management and continuous integration platforms. From 9 new add-ons for Bitbucket and 17 new add-ons for Bamboo that appeared on the Marketplace in January-March 2016 we thought the following 5 would be the most useful for our readers:
How to Integrate TeamCity and Bitbucket Server
Bitbucket (formerly Stash) is a centralized development management solution for controlling your repositories behind the firewall. It allows you to simplify the procedures of hosting an internal source code control server and provide easy access to your repositories for all your team members.
In IT world, it is not a secret that Bitbucket can be integrated with other software products and platforms into a single ecosystem that makes the entire development process comprehensive and convenient. Most times, people integrate Bitbucket with JIRA. But localization and resolution of the issue is not the only problem, which a generic development encounters every day, several times a day. But it is more important to preserve the project integrity while adding modifications or corrections into the program code. For these purposes, you can use the continuous integration server that can also create project builds and run a series of test for automatic verification of functionality.