Bitbucket, powered by Atlassian, offers web-based version control repository hosting service. It manages source code and projects with the help of mercurial or git that runs in the background.
Triggers when a block of code is pushed
New Comment on a Commit
Triggers when a new push comment is added
Triggers when an issue is created
Triggers when an existing issue is updated
New Comment on an Issue
Triggers when a new issue comment is added
New Pull Request
Triggers for a new pull request is created
Pull Request Updated
Triggers when an existing pull request is updated
Merged Pull Request
Triggers when an existing pull request is merged
Declined Pull Request
Triggers when an existing pull request is declined
Get Watchers List
Get list of all watchers of a repository
Get Tags List
Get list of all tags and branches of a repository
Get Repository Details
Get more details about an existing repository
Get Master Branch Details
Get more details about the main branch of a repository
Get Forks List
Get list of all forked repositories
Get Branch List
Get all branches of a repository
To use Bitbucket in your workflow, you will first need to connect it with Built.io Flow. To do this, drag any Bitbucket action listed under Bitbucket service. In case of configuring Bitbucket triggers, double-click on the Start icon on your canvas and select Bitbucket service. Then click on the Add New option listed under Authorize Bitbucket field in the configuration window. If you have not logged in to your Bitbucket account, you'll be prompted to do so. If you have already logged in, you will be redirected to a new window where you will be prompted to allow a set of permissions to Built.io Flow. Click on Grant access.
After this step, you will be redirected to canvas where you’ll see the Add Authorization window.
Rename the authorization as per your choice and click ADD. You can now see the added authorization under Authorize Bitbucket field. Once added, this authorization will be available in all Bitbucket actions and triggers.