We have a Google Chromecast on our dev' TV which we use as a wallboard to show the status of our sprints from JIRA.
JIRA doesn't seem to have native support for chromecast so we are getting around it by using Chrome's ability to stream a browser window to the Chromecast but its not an ideal way to do it and it drops out.
Is anyone else doing something like this?
Is there any native support for Chromecast planned? (apparently its not a big deal to add it to a webapp)
Thanks Rick. I did look at greenscreen but jira seems to require a login. For another project previously I have looked at using a reverse proxy to provide the authentication details to the webserver and then re-present site without required authentication on our internal network to be consumed by the TVs internal browser (which also can't do authentication), but it seemed a little hack-y
If it helps, we started using the (Samsung) TV's internal browser, we are able to do this as JIRA's authentication is within the page rather than using the browsers mechanism.
To be fair to JIRA, the page (currently) looks as good as it would on a pc, but setting it up with a TV remote took some patience but that's a TV not a JIRA issue
Everything below is tested on Ubuntu 17.10. I prefer to use Jira in a docker container because: 1. I can install Jira with a couple of commands. 2. I can start and stop Jira just by starting and s...
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