REST API Browser for JIRA and Atlassian Cloud Apps
- Jira Service Management
Rest API Browser is a dev tool for discovering the REST APIs available for Atlassian Cloud JIRA, Confluence and Trello
Comprehensive built-in documentation
Explore the API documentation that contains the description of each endpoint you need, as well as available methods. The search was never so quick!
Check the available responses with examples
Each response type is described, as well as you can switch between the editor mode view and the json output format. Also the history of your requests is kept and you can easily navigate between the older responses.
Execute and validate the methods interactively
Execute the available methods and validate the responses from the UI easily. Also navigate between them, copy the responses to clipboard, switch between APIs, etc.
Jira Cloud REST API Browser is the application that is used to discover the REST APIs and other remote APIs available in Atlassian Jira, Confluence and now even Trello, that makes it an extremely useful tool for any add-on developer.
The API Browser application shows you the available resources in the application, as well as displays methods for each resource and allows to make test REST calls against the methods.
Among the really useful features there is a flexible custom API search, as well as the Search History - this makes the navigation even more usable.
Our team is very patient about adding the new API Docs and taking care of the version upgrades. Using the API Browser for Atlassian Cloud Apps has already significantly improved the process of the add-ons development for over then 100 Development teams!
Privacy and security
REST API Browser for JIRA and Atlassian Cloud Apps integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:
- Act on a user's behalf, even when the user is offline
- Administer the host application
- Administer Jira projects
- Delete data from the host application
Use the power of the searching functionality through the JIRA REST APIs (including searching on the remote APIs). Check the API Docs on the right-hand tab.