Atlassian is one of the leading providers for Enterprise collaboration tools. You might know JIRA and Confluence. They allow 3rd party plugins and macros, adding more features to the products. Check out some of those we did below. They are free and available for download.
The ChordPress for WordPress plugin reads and processes ChordPro formatted text, including several content and formatting directives, and renders it for WordPress sites.
The HTML and AUI Toolkit for Confluence App (Plugin) provides user macros for placing pure HTML tags on your page and several of Atlassian’s own AUI elements like flags, icons, lozenges, messages, progress bars and more. It comes with English and German language support.
Get it on the Marketplace
The plugin is available via the Atlassian Marketplace. Check all the details about it there…
The Bootstrap Visuals for Confluence Add-on (Plugin) provides user macros for placing Bootstrap visuals on your page. Bootstrap is an open source web development framework by the great people at http://getbootstrap.com. Bootstrap is known for beautifully styled HTML objects that you can now use on your Confluence pages as well.
The Bootstrap alertbox is panel that comes in different colors. Use it to emphasize on certain content in your documenation.
The Bootstrap badge is ideal for using it as a lozenge to emphasize on status or values. It comes in different colors and can also be used as part of a button or a Heading.
Bootstrap buttons come in many styles and colors. Use them however they suite you and of course you can link them to other locations.
Go big with a Bootstrap Jumbotron. It is meant to catch the eye with a big header and some additional text.
Showing progress of any kind is very easy with a Bootstrap progressbar. Select width, color, style and even an animation.
Get the plugin right from Atlassian’s Marketplace. You can download it there or install it directly from within the Plugin Manager in Confluence (Find new add-ons -> Search for “Bootstrap”).
The Confluence ChartJS v2 Macro is a set of Confluence user macros that enables you to put Chart.js 2.x diagrams on your Confluence pages. Confluence (server version) offers the option to create “User Macros”, little scripts that can be included in pages creating content on the fly. Chart.js is an open source charting script making use of the HTML5 canvas tag.
The Confluence Local Time Macro is a simple but useful macro allowing you to place a clock on your page showing the date and time of the current user viewing your page or showing a fixed timezone.
One of the hottest UX topics discussed for JIRA is it’s restriction to only visualize three status categories by color. The free JIRA Statuscolor Plugin eases that pain by allowing to custom color each status in filter and gadget results.
The Confluence ChartJS Macro is a set of Confluence user macros that enables you to put Chart.js diagrams on your Confluence pages. Confluence (server version) offers the option to create “User Macros”, little scripts that can be included in pages creating content on the fly. Chart.js is an open source charting script making use of the HTML5 canvas tag.
The Confluence Plugin MathJax makes MathJax available in your Confluence wiki. Must I say more? From within your Confluence editor you can access MathJax functions to display mathematic formulars on your Confluence page. The plugin was developed by David A.W. Barton (davebarton @ cityinthesky.co.uk).
However, his last release is not compatible anymore with Confluence 5.3 or higher. We have created an updated release that is. Find it here…