Hands-On JIRA 8 Recipes

Jira is an issue and project-tracking application, and one of the most popular software development tools utilized by Agile teams. Jira 8 comes with performance improvements to meet the demands of ever-growing enterprise teams. This one-stop resource will get you started creating and working with Jira plugins and customizations. By the end, you will have built a solid foundation in Jira and will be equipped to use it efficiently to improve your team’s productivity.



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Agile Project Management with JIRA

Learn to manage both Scrum and Kanban projects. Be effective at managing issues, epics and templates.

Plugin Development Process

Create and deploy your own JIRA plugins for the Atlassian Marketplace. Learn to create custom fields and program workflows.

Advanced JIRA Administration

Extend the default functionality provided by the latest version of JIRA to meet customer project requirements.

Custom Gadgets and Reporting in JIRA

Create new custom reports that provide insights about JIRA issues and objects. Build useful gadgets in JIRA and enable them on a user's dashboard

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Module 1: Getting to know the JIRA Workspace

  • Video 1: Getting to know the JIRA Workspace

  • Video 2: Agile project management with JIRA (Scrum & Kanban)

  • Video 3: Effective Issue Management (Creating, Managing & Searching effectively)

  • Video 4: Effectively managing epics and templates

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Module 2: Plugin Development Process

  • Video 1: How to work with Plugin modules?

  • Video 2: Create a skeleton plugin

  • Video 3: How to add plugin modules?

  • Video 4: How to deploy a JIRA plugin?

  • Video 5: How to add resources in plugins?

  • Video 6: How to add web resources in plugins?

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Module 3: Advanced JIRA configuration & customization

  • Video 1: Configuring Issue Types, Custom fields, Time Tracking

  • Video 2: User management for new Administrators

  • Video 3: How to configure the JIRA layout and design?

  • Video 4: How to work with the JIRA database?

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Module 4: Programming Custom Fields

  • Video 1: Programming  a custom field

  • Video 2: How to modify custom field values programmatically?

  • Video 3: How to set default values in system fields?

  • Video 4: How to format and parse date custom fields programmatically?

  • Video 5: How to add custom fields to subtask columns?

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Module 5: Programming Workflows

  • Video 1: How to write a workflow condition?

  • Video 2: How to build a workflow validator?

  • Video 3: How to add workflow triggers?

  • Video 4: How to edit an active workflow?

  • Video 5: How to reorder workflow actions?

  • Video 6: How to manage permissions on workflow status?

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Module 6: Gadgets and Reporting in JIRA

  • Video 1: Working with most used JIRA reports

  • Video 2: Programming a JIRA report

  • Video 2: How to validate data in JIRA reports

  • Video 3: Working with most used JIRA gadgets

  • Video 4: Programming a gadget

  • Video 5: Internationalization in gadgets

About the Course Teacher

Afsana Atar

Afsana is a Certified Scrum Master (CSM), an Agile scrum practitioner, and part of the scrum alliance community. She has managed and worked on projects worth over a million dollars in various capacities, ranging from Quality Assurance Engineer to QA Manager. She believes in sharing her experiences with the testing community to help foster greater learning and innovation.

Her recent book Hands-on Test Management with JIRA was rated the #1 best new software testing book in 2019 by BookAuthority .org.

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