Frequently asked questions
JA Web is primarily introduced to support BETA testing by user and for providing quicker fix in case of major bugs. As Web version can be published at any point of time without and waiting time, every day the build would be published and users can experience the next version of JA. Additionally, people who cannot install the app can still use JA Web from the browser using OAuth integration with Jira.
Currently when using OAuth integration in JA, sprint report does not work. This is due to the limitation that this specific API is not supported in OAuth. This would be resolved in upcoming weeks once other priority works are completed.
JA Web is primarily introduced to support BETA testing by user and for providing quicker fix in case of major bugs. So, build would be published when ever there are changes. Sometimes the changes may not be fully tested and so there could be some short term bugs which would get resolved in subsiquent builds.
Yes, JA Web is already available which is hosted using GitHub pages. If you would prefer installing it within your datacenter, you can very well do it with some minimal code changes on how it integrates with your instance of Jira.