The AUI library is a set of patterns and components for building user interfaces in Atlassian products and services.
Thorough documentation is available at the AUI website.
- Chrome latest stable
- Firefox latest stable
- Safari latest stable (on OS X only)
- IE 11+
How do you get it?
Consuming the AUI library is supported through a few methods:
Install as a Node package
AUI is released to npmjs.com. Install it through your favourite package manager:
npm install @atlassian/aui
yarn add @atlassian/aui
In the Node package, you will find:
Install as an Atlassian plugin
AUI can be used as an Atlassian P2 plugin. This plugin requires the following technologies to be available in the runtime it is installed in to:
All Atlassian Server products come with AUI pre-installed, so you don't need to do much to re-use it in your plugin.
Each AUI component has a
web-resource key you can include it by. Consult each component's documentation
on the AUI website for the key.
Download a distribution
AUI distributions are released as a zip file called the
through Atlassian's Maven nexus.
Note that this is equivalent to the
dist/ folder available in the Node package.
Consume through a CDN
Use of AUI is not officially supported through a Content Delivery Network (CDN). However, because AUI is published to npmjs.com, the AUI distributions are also published through some public CDN services such as:
Raise bugs or feature requests in the AUI project.
Contributing to AUI
Refer Contribution guidelines
This is a mono-repo, which means that different parts of this repository can have different licenses.
The base level of the repository is licensed under the Apache 2.0 license.
For each package in the repository, there are separate license files (
specify the license restrictions for their code.
If you fork this repository, you can continue to use the Atlassian-licensed packages only under the given license restrictions. If you want to redistribute this repository, you will need to replace the Atlassian-licensed components with your own implementations.
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