I like to code and I like the feeling of code lines coming out of my fingertips. I try to build the simplest and most usable solutions to make awesome.
I live and work in Riga, Latvia and spend my days making kick ass things.
Has just discovered SAL PluginSettings entry point. No more painful plugin configuration storage for me. Good-bye propertyset-storage-toolkit, you was so young, so brave, so dumb :)
However, if you have more sophisticated needs than PluginSettings API, smth more than get, put, remove and you want all the power PropertySet could provide you - like lookup, more sophisticated data types, more sophisticated scopes (not like Global and Project-level only, but anything you could map to id, prefix and entityName) then you still might take a look into propertyset-storage-toolkit.
Note: please you SAL PluginSettings until you are really forced not to.
If you are familiar with JIRA and it’s API then you might agree, that some easy operations become a little difficult when it comes to coding (all the workflows, overall JIRA stack understanding, configuration items, integration with other systems etc).
And here comes the implementation itself:
I assume most of you, Atlassian Plugin SDK consumers are well familiar with atlas-cli command.Read more
Q: What is your favorite type of job? Atlassian Plugin SDK? A: Sure! Q: How exactly you like to code? A: As little as possibe!Read more
I assume many of you are Jira developers and I think I will express the overall feeling that configuration data storage in the Jira is a tricky moment many of you spent a lot of time on.
propertyset-storage-toolkit - is plugin to rescue from boilerplate configuration data storage coding. The plugin itself is more like library for configuration data persistence and retrieval (and a sample application along to start rolling).
Hopefully you will find it as useful as I do. The reason for me of creating one is - to help newcomers come on board the Jira Plugin Development process.
This said, here theere are list of feature available:
If you are interested to use, provide a feedback, review or any type of comments - you are always welcome to contribute.
Readme file is your place to start.
Hopefully with the help of you guys, will end-up with something really useful.
PS> Really enjoyable and productive weekend at the end of the day