ADDED - Send feedback, autocomplete CLI commands, and view logs since a specified time in Forge CLI version 0.28.0
We’ve released the following features in Forge CLI version 0.28.0:
- Gone are the days of having to remember and type out all the commands in Forge. Run
forge autocomplete installand hit the tab key on your keyboard to autocomplete Forge commands as you type. Autocomplete functionality is currently only available on
- View Forge logs since a specified time using the
--sinceflag with the
- Share feedback about Forge with Atlassian directly in the command line by running
This release also includes several bug fixes:
- Improved reporting of errors during tunnel connection establishment
- Enabled runtime error objects to be displayed correctly when using the
npm install -g @forge/cli@latest on the command line to install the latest CLI version.
ADDED - New components and improvements in UI Kit version 0.8.0
We’ve also released some improvements to existing components:
- Button: Set the appearance of a button, for example, to make it appear as a link. You can add an icon to display with the button’s text as well.
Image: Set the
sizeof the image component.
UserPicker: Use the
isMultiprop to set whether or not the user can select multiple users from a list.
npm install @forge/ui@latest in your app directory on the command line to install the latest version of the UI kit.
UPDATED - Apps in development will soon no longer be automatically deployed with all scopes
Previously, Forge apps in the development environment would be automatically deployed with all permission scopes. We are changing this behavior so development environments now reflect the behavior of staging and production environments. The messaging in the Forge CLI version
0.28.0 has been updated to reflect this as well.
BUG FIXES in Forge API version 0.6.1
Falsy values will no longer be treated as
undefined in the
npm install @forge/api@latest in your app directory on the command line to install the latest version of Forge API.