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Space 2021 Roadmap
What’s coming to Space this year? An on-premises version, video calls, external collaborators, a dark theme, Space drive, and more.
Introduction to Space Applications
With the official release fast approaching, we continue to add missing features to Space. One feature that was missing was the ability for third-party developers to extend Space. With the introduction of Space Applications, we’ve filled that gap.
JetBrains Space Extensibility Manifesto
Building an extensible platform is an essential part of our vision for Space. This manifesto should shed some light on what can be extended in Space, as well as how it can be extended.
Chats: Stay Informed, Discuss, Take Action
How can we keep the information load at a manageable level, cut down on the number of times we need to jump between apps, and still get all the perks of effective team communication? In Space, we decided to make Chats the central hub for real-time information sharing. We want it to be a single inbox that will streamline group chats, direct chats, and notifications, and that will also let you react and actually *do* things right in the message stream.
Space 2020 Roadmap
Check out the 2021 Space Roadmap to discover our latest plans and priorities. Welcome to Space 2020! We would like to share our plans and priorities for the current year in order to make sure that we’re moving in the right direction and that what we have planned will bring you the features you expect and need most. We’re planning for the official release of Space 2020 to happen in Q3 or Q4 of t
Getting started with the Space HTTP API
Most of the data and operations available in JetBrains Space can be accessed using an HTTP API. The API documentation, as well as the HTTP API playground for your Space organization do a good job in describing the types of interactions that are possible. In this blog post, we want to look at a few details about working with the Space API more efficiently. Why would I use the Space API? Having an H