@hhaluk/backstage-plugin-jira-eteration

![a Jira plugin for Backstage](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/RoadieHQ/backstage-plugin-jira/main/docs/jira-plugin.gif)


Keywords
open-source
License
Apache-2.0
Install
npm install @hhaluk/backstage-plugin-jira-eteration@1.0.5

Documentation

Jira Plugin for Backstage

a Jira plugin for Backstage

Repository migration notice (June/July 2021)

In order to make testing and deployment of our plugins easier we are migrating all Roadie plugins to a monorepo at https://github.com/RoadieHQ/roadie-backstage-plugins. The plugins will still be published to the same place on NPM and will have the same package names so nothing should change for consumers of these plugins.

Features

  • Show project details and tasks
  • Activity Stream

How to add Jira project dependency to Backstage app

  1. If you have standalone app (you didn't clone this repo), then do
yarn add @roadiehq/backstage-plugin-jira
  1. Add proxy config:
// app-config.yaml
proxy:
  '/jira/api':
    target: <JIRA_URL>
    headers:
      Authorization:
        $env: JIRA_TOKEN
      Accept: 'application/json'
      Content-Type: 'application/json'
      X-Atlassian-Token: 'no-check'
      User-Agent: "MY-UA-STRING"
  1. Set img-src in Content Security Policy
// app-config.yaml
backend:
  # ...
  csp:
    img-src:
      # "'self'" and 'data' are from the backstage default but must be set since img-src is overriden
      - "'self'"
      - 'data:'
      # Allow your Jira instance for @roadiehq/backstage-plugin-jira
      - 'JIRA_URL'
  1. Add plugin component to your Backstage instance:
// packages/app/src/components/catalog/EntityPage.tsx
import { EntityJiraOverviewCard, isJiraAvailable } from '@roadiehq/backstage-plugin-jira';

const overviewContent = (
  <Grid container spacing={3} alignItems="stretch">
    ...
    <EntitySwitch>
      <EntitySwitch.Case if={isJiraAvailable}>
        <Grid item md={6}>
          <EntityJiraOverviewCard />
        </Grid>
      </EntitySwitch.Case>
    </EntitySwitch>
  </Grid>
);

How to use Jira plugin in Backstage

  1. Add annotation to the yaml config file of a component:
metadata:
  annotations:
    jira/project-key: <example-jira-project-key>
    jira/component: <example-component> # optional, you might skip value to fetch data for all components
  1. Get and provide JIRA_TOKEN as env variable:
    1. Obtain you personal token from jira: https://id.atlassian.com/manage-profile/security/api-tokens
    2. Create a base64-encoded string by converting ":", for example jira-mail@example.com:hTBgqVcrcxRYpT5TCzTA9C0F converts to amlyYS1tYWlsQGV4YW1wbGUuY29tOmhUQmdxVmNyY3hSWXBUNVRDelRBOUMwRg==
    3. Save the environmental variable JIRA_TOKEN with Basic prefix, eg: JIRA_TOKEN='Basic amlyYS1tYWlsQGV4YW1wbGUuY29tOmhUQmdxVmNyY3hSWXBUNVRDelRBOUMwRg=='

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