SpeakeasyCustomize JIRA and Confluence in 15 minutesDate: 24 November 2012Author: Stefan Kohler
What is SpeakeasyAn extension mechanism for some of the atlassian products                                                ...
What’s a Plugin๏ Add-on to a base application๏ Application-wide enabled๏ Can change applications behavior๏ Can save settin...
No Conventional Pluginyou can see extensions as a subset of plugins                                                4
No Conventional Plugin๏ All extensions are shared between users๏ Easy to provide feedback to author๏ Fork extension and ch...
No Conventional Plugin๏ Added on top of existing features๏ Enrichment of the user experience๏ Turned off, the base product ...
No Conventional Plugin๏ users can install, enable and disable their  own  extensions๏ Able to fork and make personal๏ User...
No Conventional Plugin๏ Extensions are written with ๏ HTML ๏ JavaScript ๏ CSS๏ Extensions can use ajax and REST api’sSocia...
How do you speak easy                        9
Enabling an extension                        10
Forking an extension                       11
Building your own                    12
Building your own                    13
Building your own                    14
Building your own                    14
Installing Speakeasy๏ Speakeasy is a Plugin๏ Needs some configuration ๏ Which user-groups are allowed to use ๏ Are admins a...
ExamplesReal-Life extensions available to you                                        16
Image Attachments                    17
Buuuuugs!            18
Chuck Norris               19
Instant Search                 20
Getting startedhttps://developer.atlassian.com/display/SPEAK/                                                 21
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  1. 1. SpeakeasyCustomize JIRA and Confluence in 15 minutesDate: 24 November 2012Author: Stefan Kohler
  2. 2. What is SpeakeasyAn extension mechanism for some of the atlassian products 2
  3. 3. What’s a Plugin๏ Add-on to a base application๏ Application-wide enabled๏ Can change applications behavior๏ Can save settings and data๏ Well known plugins ๏ Greenhopper ๏ Balsamiq Mockups 3
  4. 4. No Conventional Pluginyou can see extensions as a subset of plugins 4
  5. 5. No Conventional Plugin๏ All extensions are shared between users๏ Easy to provide feedback to author๏ Fork extension and change itSocial Augmentative Per User Written in web-standards 5
  6. 6. No Conventional Plugin๏ Added on top of existing features๏ Enrichment of the user experience๏ Turned off, the base product is unchangedSocial Augmentative Per User Written in web-standards 6
  7. 7. No Conventional Plugin๏ users can install, enable and disable their  own  extensions๏ Able to fork and make personal๏ Users can only hurt their own UI and experienceSocial Augmentative Per User Written in web-standards 7
  8. 8. No Conventional Plugin๏ Extensions are written with ๏ HTML ๏ JavaScript ๏ CSS๏ Extensions can use ajax and REST api’sSocial Augmentative Per User Written in web-standards 8
  9. 9. How do you speak easy 9
  10. 10. Enabling an extension 10
  11. 11. Forking an extension 11
  12. 12. Building your own 12
  13. 13. Building your own 13
  14. 14. Building your own 14
  15. 15. Building your own 14
  16. 16. Installing Speakeasy๏ Speakeasy is a Plugin๏ Needs some configuration ๏ Which user-groups are allowed to use ๏ Are admins allowed to use (potential risk) ๏ Which user-groups can author extensions๏ Install some basic extensions 15
  17. 17. ExamplesReal-Life extensions available to you 16
  18. 18. Image Attachments 17
  19. 19. Buuuuugs! 18
  20. 20. Chuck Norris 19
  21. 21. Instant Search 20
  22. 22. Getting startedhttps://developer.atlassian.com/display/SPEAK/ 21

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