Bridge To JIRA - present issues from JIRA directly in WordPress

The Bridge To JIRA plugin allows you in an easy manner to present issues from a live JIRA instance by using a familiar JPQL filter.

The example below is live: the table will change automatically when the JIRA issues change.

The table is generated using the following WordPress short-code that the Bridge to JIRA plugin parses. It simply presents the summary, assignee and the status for all existing JIRA issues. Here, no JPQL filter is used.

[btj-table fields="summary,assignee,status"][/btj-table]

SummaryAssigneeStatus
A new bug created via the BTJ pluginJohn DoeTo Do
Mock wrong sizeJane DoeTo Do
Wrong mock for input screenJane DoeTo Do
Tests failJohn DoeTo Do
Backend is too slowJohn DoeTo Do
Flicker in front-endJohn DoeTo Do
Implement mail backend for application FooTo Do
Implement frontend for application FooJohn DoeTo Do
Implement input stage for application FooJohn DoeTo Do
Research 3rd party librariesJohn DoeIn Progress
Check existing solutions on the marketJohn DoeIn Progress
Talk to team T1Jane DoeIn Progress
Define product requirementsJane DoeIn Progress

For a more complicated example let's present all issues that have status To Do. Note here how the JPQL filter is inserted as the body of the short-code.

[btj-table fields="summary,assignee,status"]status = "To Do"[/btj-table]

SummaryAssigneeStatus
A new bug created via the BTJ pluginJohn DoeTo Do
Mock wrong sizeJane DoeTo Do
Wrong mock for input screenJane DoeTo Do
Tests failJohn DoeTo Do
Backend is too slowJohn DoeTo Do
Flicker in front-endJohn DoeTo Do
Implement mail backend for application FooTo Do
Implement frontend for application FooJohn DoeTo Do
Implement input stage for application FooJohn DoeTo Do

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