A Symfony bundle designed to help your application make REST API requests to one or more Atlassian JIRA instances
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StingusJiraBundle

This bundle connects your Symfony application to one or more Atlassian JIRA instances, allowing you to make API requests to those instances.

When you should use this bundle

If you need to use the JIRA REST APIs for one or more JIRA instances, the bundle exposes all the methods needed to make API requests, using the OAuth 1.0a protocol.

When you should not use this bundle

This bundle is not using JIRA as an authentication provider for your application users. There are other solutions doing just that, like HWIOAuthBundle.

Features

  • SSL certificate generation
  • Get the OAuth tokens for each JIRA instance used in your application
  • OAuth authorization controller, dealing with the OAuth "dance" between your application (as a consumer) and the JIRA instance (as describe in the official JIRA docs)
  • JIRA API client, which can be used for all API requests sent to the JIRA instance
  • OAuth token storage (only Doctrine ORM for now). You can, however, manage the tokens by catching the Stingus/Jira/Event/OauthTokenGeneratedEvent

Prerequisites

  • PHP >= 7.0 (openssl extension required)
  • Symfony >= 3.3

Documentation

See the bundle documentation for installation and usage.