How to make an OnDemand Confluence plugin with simple functionality

Hello,

Making plugins for non-Cloud Confluence is understood. It operates as a part of Confluence web application.

As about Confluence Cloud, I'm still not clear: where my code should "live"? Do I have to host it on some web-server of my own?

i just need my cloud plugin to provide some output to the page based on input data - just like any generic Confluence macro does. How to do that without having own web-server?

Thanks!

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It is expected to live in your own web server (if you need a dynamic content, and in most cases you do)

Atlassian Connect just provides the framework to have CORS requests inside Confluence and JIRA, at least this is my understanding

Correct - https://developer.atlassian.com/static/connect/docs/index.html is a good resource to check out

Do you guys mean that for example https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/org.swift.confluence.table#cloud plugin, which has a Cloud version is organized as a service and there is some server somewhere which serves requests for ghis plugin?

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