Posts Tagged ‘jira’

Snippet: XML-Pull-Parser with XPP3

Friday, December 28th, 2012

When there is XML to be parsed sometimes we’re chosing a DOM parser, sometimes a SAX parser and sometimes we’re using an XML pull parser, especially on Android.

The following short snippet shows how to use the xpp3 xml pull parse to fetch some information in xml format from a public issue tracker and to extract issue details.

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New Plugin released: Quick Subtasks for Jira

Tuesday, August 21st, 2012

Recently after a long sprint planning meeting I had the pleasure to spend some time writing down the results of the team’s task breakdown in Jira.

In our process, each user story is documented as a Jira issue and each task from the breakdown is saved as a subtask for the parent issue.

Because I am too lazy in this situation I wrote the following plugin that allowed me to quickly create multiple subtasks for a selected Jira issue.

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Jeah we’ve won the Atlassian Codegeist 2012 Competition – or – The return of the Pirate Ninja Unicorn

Sunday, August 12th, 2012

Atlassian Codegeist and Pirate Ninja Unicorn

Happy news for us, Theresa and I we’ve won the Atlassian Codegeist Competition 2012 with our Stash Readme Parser Plugin in the category: Best Stash Plugin.

Stash Readme Parser Plugin

We had two other plugins in the game, the Stash QR Code Plugin and the HTTP Request Workflow Function for Jira.

If you’re interested please take a look at the plugins in the Atlassian Marketplace our funny looking Pirate Ninja Unicorn Website or the project’s overview in my blog.

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