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This page describes the level of support that each Atlassian application provides for the Atlassian Gadgets framework.

Version Matrix

The matrix below shows the Atlassian applications which provide at least some support for Atlassian gadgets, and the gadget capabilities supported.

(If the application version number is in brackets, this indicates a future release of the application that is expected to support the capabilities described.)

Application

Atlassian Gadget Version

Capabilities

Bamboo 2.3.x

Atlassian Gadgets 1.0

Gadget Publication

Bamboo 2.4.x

Atlassian Gadgets 1.0

Gadget Publication

(Confluence 3.1.x)

Atlassian Gadgets 2.0

Gadget Publication
Gadget Display

Crucible 2.0.x

Atlassian Gadgets 1.0

Gadget Publication

FishEye 2.0.x

Atlassian Gadgets 1.0

Gadget Publication

JIRA 4.0.x

Atlassian Gadgets 1.0

Gadget Publication
Gadget Display
Configurable Dashboards

Explanation of the Capabilities

Capability

Description

Gadget Publication

The application provides gadgets for use by itself or other applications. In technical terms, the application is able to serve gadget specification files for consumption by Atlassian or non-Atlassian gadget containers. Typically, the gadget specification files are bundled into plugins. The plugins may be bundled with the application or installed later.

Gadget Display

The host application supports some mechanism for embedding and displaying individual gadgets in a page or dashboard. In technical terms, the gadget contents is rendered via the Atlassian Gadgets Renderer and Shindig.

Configurable Dashboards

The application offers one or more read/write dashboards supporting multiple gadgets and a customised layout.

Gadget Subscription

(Not yet supported by any applications.) The application allows the administrator to "subscribe" to another application's gadgets. This means that all the gadgets published by the second application will be available to the first application. There is no need to add each gadget via its URL.

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Gadgets and Dashboards Documentation

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