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How To Develop Jira Plugin in .NET C#?

I am new to Jira plugin development.

I want to develop a Jira plugin (cloud as well as server) using .Net C# and deploy it in Jira Marketplace so that anyone can install it under their account.

I have seen a few tutorials where they have mentioned to use Atlassian SDK and JAVA programming language.

These are the links I came across.

I basically want to develop the plugin using .Net C#. Is there any way of doing so?

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Server/Data Center: You can't really use .NET with Jira Server. It expects that your code runs on the JVM. (If you can run .NET code on the JVM, then it could eventually help. I am not familiar with .NET, so I cannot know, but a very popular Jira app is written in Ruby and they solved running Ruby code on the JVM.)

Cloud: You can absolutely build Jira Cloud apps with .NET and possibly with any technology that relies on HTTP, REST APIs and so on. 

Thanks @Aron Gombas _Midori_

I am clear now with my question.

The good news is that the code for the Jira plugin can be written in any language, which can then be turned into class files and run on the JVM. In my practice, I also had experience creating a Wordpress plugin

Could you please provide any reference for writing Jira plugin in .NET with REST APIs

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