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I was able to implement/use the JIRA REST v3 api, it’s pretty straightforward to create Issues through the API: https://developer.atlassian.com/cloud/jira/platform/rest/v3/#api-rest-api-3-issue-post
The problem is that by default we can create only text based descriptions.
I noticed JIRA has it’s own rich text / mark down structured text format (ADF = Atlassian Document Format).
Since we’re using HTML in our client, we need to find a way convert HTML to JIRA “rich text” (ADF). Is there an API or a library to make this happen?
Atlassian Markdown Java
OR can JIRA api interpret standard Markdown as description?
Jira Strikethrough Text
What is the best way to do such a conversion?