How do I make a Confluence plugin?

How do you write an Atlassian Plugin?

Step 1. Use the Atlassian SDK to build a plugin skeleton

  1. Navigate to the directory on your system where you’d like to create your plugin. …
  2. Create an add-on project using the atlas-create-jira-plugin command from a Command Prompt window: …
  3. You will be prompted to provide some information about your plugin.

How do I create a custom macro in Confluence?

The macro body is the content that is displayed on a Confluence page.

To add a new user macro:

  1. Go to > General Configuration > User Macros.
  2. Choose Create a User Macro.
  3. Enter the macro details (see table below)
  4. Click Add.

How do I create a custom blueprint in Confluence?

Customize blueprint templates

  1. Go to the space and choose Space tools > Content Tools from the bottom of the sidebar.
  2. Choose Edit beside the blueprint template you wish to edit.
  3. Make your changes to the template and choose Save.

How do I create a bitbucket plugin?

Creating a Bitbucket Server plugin

  1. Install the Atlassian Plugin SDK.
  2. Run atlas-create-bitbucket-plugin and follow the prompts to create your plugin.
  3. Run atlas-create-bitbucket-plugin-module from the root directory of your plugin or hand edit your atlassian-plugin.

How do I make a confluence app?

View your app

  1. Edit a Confluence page in your development site.
  2. Open the quick insert menu by typing /your macro title on the page. Once you start typing the title /Forge app for, the macro with your name will appear in the quick insert menu.
  3. Select your macro from the menu to add it to the page.
  4. Publish the page.
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How do I use macros in Confluence?

Add a macro to your page

  1. From the editor toolbar, choose Insert > Other Macros.
  2. Select a macro from the list.
  3. Enter any required parameters.
  4. Choose Insert.