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Hudson supports plugins, which allow Hudson to be extended to meet specific needs of individual projects. Read on to learn how to write a plugin.
Write your first Hudson Plugin Plugin Architecture Plugin Directory Structure Sample - Writing an SCM plugin Extension points Defining a new extension point Dependencies among plugins Writing Plugin code Using IntelliJ IDEA plugin Structured Form Submission Making your plugin behave in distributed Hudson Making your plugin behave in secured Hudson Marking a new plugin version as incompatible with older versions Hints for plugin-development newbies Exposing data to the remote API Writing CLI commands Participating to the initialization Writing Plugin UI using Jelly Framework Basic guide to Jelly usage in Hudson Understanding Jelly Tags Figuring out URL binding of Stapler Writing Jelly views with IDE assistance Adding tooltips Writing a foldable section controlled by a checkbox Jelly form controls Jelly and XSS prevention Unique IDs for Repeatable Content Writing unit tests for your plugin Writing UI integration tests for your plugin Understanding Stapler URL mapping rules Tips Debugging native Maven jobs Internationalization Choosing Hudson version to build against Java 5 Compatibility Bundling plugins with Hudson
Hosting plugin Releasing Hudson Plugin
Hudson Javadoc Jelly taglib reference core define