Adds information to cards in the JIRA sprint view to show GitHub labels on associated Pull Requests.
Improve your development workflow by bringing pull request labels directly into JIRA. This extension provides a 360 degree view of where your engineers are at with their PR's, who needs to take action, and where issues are stalling out. Installation Instructions: After installing this extension, you must add a GitHub access token so the extension can make API calls to get the label information Create a Github Access Token 1. https://github.com/settings/tokens ← Navigate here 2. Click Generate New Token 3. Re-enter your password 4. Give your token a description (e.g. Label chrome extension) 5. Select the repos scope 6. Click Generate Token 7. Copy the token 8. Paste this token in the extension options Prerequisites: * Only available on Classic JIRA projects -- next-gen is not supported * JIRA <-> GitHub integration has been configured and user is able to see associated PR's (Use smart commits!)
- (2020-03-03) Misc Alex: So far - amazing.. Quick and dirty but does what I need!
- (2020-02-07, v:0.12.0) Anton Piatek: [GitHub API] Deprecation notice for authentication via URL query parameters
On February 7th, 2020 at 10:01 (UTC) your personal access token (chrome: github labels for jira) using Mozilla/5.0 ... was used as part of a query parameter to access an endpoint through the GitHub API: https://api.github.com/repositories/123/pulls/123 Please use the Authorization HTTP header instead, as using the `access_token` query parameter is deprecated. Depending on your API usage, we'll be sending you this email reminder once every 3 days for each token and User-Agent used in API calls made on your behalf. Just one URL that was accessed with a token and User-Agent combination will be listed in the email reminder, not all. Visit https://developer.github.com/changes/2019-11-05-deprecated-passwords-and-authorizations-api/#authenticating-using-query-parameters for more information.