Confluence API PHP Client
An Object Oriented wrapper for Confluence, written PHP5
- JWT: Json Web Token standard, atlassian version, Atlassian JWT Web decoder (use your query to get the QSH, use the query + the JWT token query param to validate it)
- QSH: Query String Hash
- Descriptor: Add-on Descriptor for Atlassian Connect, validate your descriptor against an atlassian product (syntax check only)
- PHP >= 5.5.0
$ php composer.phar require adlogix/confluence-rest-php-client
See the index.php at the root of this repository
The Atlassian Product you want to authenticate to needs to contact your application using some form of webhooks, so we created the most basic application we could do to show you how it can be accomplished.
$ docker-compose up -d
If you've launched the environment you already have a proxy running to redirect ngrok.dev and confluence-client.dev to the correct containers. You just have to put both domains to your host file or use a solution like dnsmasq on OSX, but be sure to redirect to your docker-machine IP.
To find your docker machine ip use:
$ docker-machine ip [machine-name]
Atlassian changed the way to work on Confluence/Jira, now in order to create your plugin, you have to get a Developer Account and create your own instance. All the steps to create your environment are defined on the documentation page.
Once you have access to your own Atlassian Cloud instance and you put it in developer mode, we can continue and let the instance contact us.
The Atlassian app we trying to authenticate must post some information to us, so we need to expose our app on the internet. That's the reason we have a ngrok container running. ngrok is an application which will create a tunnel between our environment and their servers, letting us to be accessed from everywhere.
You should now have a ngrok container running at ngrok.dev. When you connect you should see the tunnel url and, if you open it, all the tunnel trafic.
The url to use to install our demo application is https://[your-tunnel-id].eu.ngrok.io/descriptor.json
Note: Everytime you restart the ngrok container, the tunnel id will change, so you should reinstall your plugin each time. I know, it's bad.
Be sure to update the view/index.html.twig to set the links to real content urls in order to be able to do the requests. Be sure to replace the base url to point to our api