Prometheus Exporter 3+: add your own metrics

Hello! In this article we will see how to add your own metrics in Prometheus Exporter Pro for Jira version 3.0.0-jira8 and up. The same feature will be implemented for Prometheus Exporter Pro for Bitbucket and Prometheus Exporter Pro for Confluence. You can add your own metrics if the inbuilt metrics are not enough. ForContinue reading “Prometheus Exporter 3+: add your own metrics”

Prevent CSRF attacks in Atlassian on-prem apps

Hello! I made a presentation in which I showed how you can prevent CSRF attacks in Atlassian Server/Data Center apps. I talked about CSRF attacks in general (what it is and the way to prevent it) and also showed in detail how to prevent these attacks in Atlassian Server/ Data Center apps. You can findContinue reading “Prevent CSRF attacks in Atlassian on-prem apps”

atlassian-connect-express 10: context parameters

Hello!In this article we will continue to talk about atlassian-connect-express and we will talk about context parameters. This article will be based on this article. You can find the source code for the article here. The video for the article you can watch here. Context parameters are placeholders you can put into a module’s URLContinue reading “atlassian-connect-express 10: context parameters”

dc-app-performance-toolkit: run on AWS Linux 2

Hello! In this article we will talk how to use dc-app-performance-toolkit on AWS Linux2. You can watch the video for the article here. dc-app-performance-toolkit is developed by Atlassian to test your Jira, Confluence and Bitbucket Data Center versions for performance. This toolkit is primarily used for testing apps for Data Center compatibility, but you canContinue reading “dc-app-performance-toolkit: run on AWS Linux 2”

atlassian-connect-express 9: add your own settings to the database

Hello! In this article we will see how to add your own settings to the database. This article is based on this one. You can find the source code for the article here. You can find a video for this article here. Let’s say your application depends on some settings which are set by yourContinue reading “atlassian-connect-express 9: add your own settings to the database”

atlassian-connect-express 8: execute own code after app installation

Hello! In this article we will talk how to execute your own code after somebody installed our app to Bitbucket. This article is based on this one. You can find the source code here. You can watch the video for this article here. Out of the box our app contains the following rest endpoint: ThatContinue reading “atlassian-connect-express 8: execute own code after app installation”

atlassian-connect-express 7: working with Postgres

Hello! In this article we will talk how to connect Postgres to our app. The code will be based on this article. You can find the source code for the article here. You can find a video for this article here. Our app by default stores information about all clients who installed our app. ByContinue reading “atlassian-connect-express 7: working with Postgres”

atlassian-connect-express 6: debug backend in VS code

Hello! I this article we will learn how to debug the backend of our application in Visual Studio Code (VS code). The code for our application will be based on this article. You can find the source code for this article here. You can watch video here. First attempt To debug our application in VSContinue reading “atlassian-connect-express 6: debug backend in VS code”

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