The final release of OXID eShop 6.0 is scheduled for Q2 of 2017. As OXID eShop 6.0 provides a larger set of changes compared to previous versions, we now start our beta testing period rather early. Like that, we have enough time for a lively feedback process, for extensions to be adapted and to eliminate possible bugs. As for every beta, we do not recommend its use in productive mode.
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I know you guys were longing to know what is going on in OXID eShop development, and finally, I can present quite a bunch of information that might interest you. First of all: please feel invited to get in a personal touch with us (the OXID staff) and other members of the community at OXID […]
We proudly announce the release of OXID Developer VM, a Vagrant and Ansible based virtual machine, including a collection of scripts and configuration files under LGPL. This virtual machine has batteries included, as it lets you build up a unified development environment for OXID eShop (Community, Professional or Enterprise Edition) or any other web project on the basis of virtual machines within minutes. Read more about the capabilities in this blog post.
As part of OXID SDK, we recently published OXID eShop Testing Library. It is intended to be an easy to use tool for writing Unit (PHPUnit), Integration (OxidTestCase) and acceptance (Mink/QUnit) tests for extension developers. In particular, it is possible to test modules against OXID eShop and against other modules (where no module activation is […]
As you might know, parts of the core code of our commercial products OXID eShop Enterprise and Professional Edition are encrypted using the application Zend Guard. Technically, this encryption is embedded in our continuous integration process that at least runs every time we prepare a new OXID eShop release. With the existing Zend Guard v6 […]
Most likely you are used to getting patch releases (e.g. OXID eShop v4.9.1 -> OXID eShop v4.9.2) once a month, usually announced on last Tuesday or Wednesday of a month. For every party involved there’s a lot of work to do, during the release as well as for patching your shop installation etc. For this […]
Due to the POODLE security attack, PayPal will drop their support for SSL 3.0 on December 3rd 2014. In order to keep offering PayPal as payment, this blog post will show you the possible ways to adapt to the issue. This is an urgent note to everyone using PayPal as a payment provider in their […]