Autocomplete and AUI fields in Blueprint plugin wizard. Writing a confluence blueprint plugin I've ran into the following problems using autocomplete/aui fields within the template wizard.
Specifically, I wanted to implement autocomplete fields for: a page, single user, multiuser, label, and (out of the autocomplete fields group) a datepicker. multiuser works great. No problems. single user is trouble - it gets the data, so the binding is ok, but it doesn't show as it should (see pic). Something is not working. page again, gets data but shows in a strange manner. datepicker I was only able to make work as in picture.
Well, and the label doesn't work at all. My soy items for the above mentioned are: And my wizard post-render call is: Thank you for any kind suggestions! AUI Documentation. Code snippetsDesign guidelines Summary Messages are the primary method for providing system feedback in the product user interface.
Messages include notifications of various kinds: alerts, confirmations, notices, warnings, info and errors. Status Examples Inserted with HTML Backup stale This instance was last backed up on Thursday, 18 September 2011. Backing up attachments. i18n UTF-8 or Umlaut Problems within Plugin. User Interface (AUI) Developer Documentation - Atlassian User Interface (AUI) Skip to end of metadataGo to start of metadata Atlassian provides a toolkit for you to help you create beautiful features for our products.
The toolkit combines the Atlassian Design Guidelines (ADG) and the Atlassian User Interface Library (AUI). The two work harmoniously together to provide a complete toolkit for you. Atlassian Design Guidelines (ADG) The ADG guides you on how your feature should behave and how it should look. Which components or patterns you can use in your add-onhow your add-on components should interacthow to arrange your components on the screenwhich visual attributes such as colors, font sizes, and icon formats work best The guidelines were developed by Atlassian's own design team. Create Page from HTML in Blueprint Plugin. Blueprint template: ri:username='at:var' UserAccessor (Atlassian Confluence 5.6.3 API) Com.atlassian.confluence.user (Atlassian Confluence 5.6.3 API)
How to bind autocompleteUser to a Blueprint Wizard? Hi, I have the multiuser working, if by chance it helps someone.
To see the classes used for elements in soy, it was useful for me to analyze an element I wanted to implement, easily only with Mozilla, to see which classes were used. In soy: In .js: For the multiuser auto-complete field you don't of course need the autocompletePage binder. Only the one for UserorGroup. The tutorial for advanced blueprint plugin shows the submit part of the wizard form. But can't get working the single user, lables and page search.
The labels on the other hand don't work at all. For select2 I have the dependency in my plugin xml. Does anyone have an idea of what can I be doing wrong? ConfluenceUser (Atlassian Confluence 5.6.3 API) All Superinterfaces:
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Confluence Plugin Guide - Confluence Development. Confluence's plugin system lets users and developers customize and extend Confluence.
A plugin is a bundle of code, resources and a special configuration file that can be dropped into a Confluence server to add new functionality, or change the behavior of existing features. Administrators can drop plugins into their Confluence server to add new functionality to the system.Developers can write plugins for their own Confluence server, or share plugins with other Confluence users. Some parts of Confluence are implemented entirely as plugins — for example, all macros in Confluence 1.3 and later are written as plugins, even those included with the system.
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New space sidebar, new Application navigator, new look and feel – at StiltSoft, we like all these features a lot. But most of all we like Confluence Blueprints that make creation of new content easy and quick. Last week we rolled out a new version of Evernote Plugin that allows to create Confluence pages right from notes in Evernote. And Blueprints make this even easier. Being one of the first developers employing Blueprints when creating plugins, we’d like to share our experience with others.
Step 1 – Creating the Plugin Project To create the plugin project you can issue the atlas-create-confluence-plugin command from the Atlassian SDK and enter the following parameters: Step 2 – Add Plugin metadata to the POM Now you can open the project in your favorite IDE and edit the metadata in the POM file. Step 3 – Add a Plugin Module to the Plugin Descriptor. Objects Available to Velocity in Atlassian Confluence - A User Macro - Confluence Documentation Home - Confluence 5.3.