CLI for the atlassian-connect-express library (helpers for building Atlassian Add-ons on top of Express)
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|Version||0.4.8 last updated 5 months ago|
|Keywords||atlassian, plugins, atlassian connect, add-ons, jira, confluence, express, web|
|Dependencies (9)||lodash, optimist, temp, adm-zip, read, rimraf, update-notifier, stashed, progress|
You can install me with:
npm i -g atlas-connect
atlas-connect doesn't attempt to do too much. Mainly, it's a helper tool for creating a add-on project scaffold.
Usage: atlas-connect [-h|--help] <command> [<args>] The most commonly used atlas-connect commands are: keygen Generate public and private RSA keys new Generate a new Atlassian Connect Add-on scaffold Options: -h, --help Show usage -v, --version Show version
atlas-connect simplifies the process of building an Atlassian Add-on using the Express framework through:
- A project scaffold generator with great default settings
- An OAuth public/private key pair generation
On top of that, the generated scaffold bundles the atlassian-connect-express package which greatly simplifies the process of creating remote add-ons.
Getting Help or Support
atlassian-connect-express tools are currently experimental. With that said, feel free to report issues. If you want to learn more about Atlassian Connect, you can visit https://developer.atlassian.com/display/AC.
Even though this is just an exploratory project at this point, it's also open source Apache 2.0. So, please feel free to fork and send us pull requests.