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Communardo on Tour – AtlasCamp 2017

Our team joined Atlassian for AtlasCamp 2017 in Barcelona. For you, we summed up news and key topics, which were discussed at the event.

As always, Communardo has been a guest at the Atlas­Camp. This year we were invi­ted to Bar­ce­lona, where Atlas­sian pro­vi­ded us with a lot of news about their pro­ducts.

Atlassian Cloud

Fresh Paint

The Atlas­sian cloud plat­forms will gra­dually get a new design in the near future. How this will look like was shown at the tech­ni­cal front­end talks. Atlas­sian has also crea­ted a new design gui­de­line, which now also shi­nes in the new look and feel. Inte­res­tingly, this new look will only be avail­able for the cloud plat­forms. We are eager to see when this will be avail­able for the on-pre­mise pro­ducts.

Based on the new design, the new tools for front­end deve­lop­ment are par­ti­cu­larly inte­res­ting for us deve­l­o­pers. Atlas­sian has made the “Atlas­kit” avail­able for the new design and showed us how to use it on a very tech­ni­cal level.… pretty good job there.

Storytime – Migration from on-premise to cloud

We were espe­cially impres­sed by Atlassian’s story of migra­ting the Con­flu­ence Ques­ti­ons on-pre­mise add-on to the cloud plat­form. There were not only insights into the approach to such a migra­tion but also some honest state­ments by Atlas­sian regar­ding the chal­len­ges we face as deve­l­o­pers.

Trello – A new platform for us add-On Developers

Atlassian’s latest purchase was also pre­sen­ted to us. Trello sees its­elf posi­tio­ned bet­ween Con­flu­ence and JIRA and offers inte­res­ting new aspects for our add-on ideas. Add-ons are cal­led “Power­Ups” and are cur­rently recei­ving a lot of atten­tion by Trello. It is plan­ned to rework the UI for the lis­tings of avail­able Power­Ups and offer the pos­si­bi­lity of com­mer­cia­liza­t­ion.

P2 add-ons – still in the game

Atlas­sian has also become more aware of the exis­ting P2 add-ons. They are used in on-pre­mise instal­la­ti­ons of Atlas­sian and allow par­tial deeper inter­ven­ti­ons in the sys­tem than it’s the case for cloud add-ons. There were some pretty good tech­ni­cal talks on how the dif­fe­rent front­end tech­no­lo­gies can be inte­gra­ted into the P2 build pro­cess.


>> Learn more about ses­si­ons and track sum­ma­ries at the Atlas­Camp web­site.

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