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Atlassian is opening the Stride API to all developers.
As the company notes, this is the first API that sits on top of the new Atlassian API platform. Thanks to this, Stride developers will get access to a new app management console that makes it easier for them to manage their app’s credentials, for example.
In addition, Atlassian also is making a new documentation interface available for Stride developers.
Developers also can include app cards inside conversations and create action buttons (or even build a pop-up dialog for when they need to show multiple button actions, for example). These buttons can both act on Stride itself (to open the app sidebar or a dialog, for example) or call on a backend service (which could be any REST endpoint). The team also notes that Stride apps can upload files (think presentations, videos and pictures) into conversations.