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Atlassian Speakeasy is a plugin that allows users to author, enable, and share extensions for Atlassian products. http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DEVNET/Speakeasy+Overview When getting started developing the Speakeasy plugin, these commands will come in handy * Start the plugin in the desired product: Refapp: mvn refapp:debug Confluence: mvn refapp:debug -Dproduct=confluence JIRA: mvn refapp:debug -Dproduct=jira Bamboo: mvn refapp:debug -Dproduct=bamboo * Deploy the plugin at runtime in the desired product: Refapp: mvn refapp:cli Confluence: mvn refapp:cli -Dproduct=confluence JIRA: mvn refapp:cli -Dproduct=jira * Deploy the test plugin (code in src/test/resources) with the cli 'tpi' for test plugin installation, works like the usual 'pi' * Test your changes in all three products at once - open up three terminals and execute the above refapp:debug commands, one per product. You will also need three more tabs for each of the 'cli' invocations.