Additionally to bug fixes this patch release contains merged pull requests (thanks to you guys!). PHP 8 will be supported while support for PHP 7.1 and 7.2 is going to be ditched. Security improvement concerning voucher handling (thanks to dreikern.io) . Pre-installed module: Usercentrics CMP, Third gender support in forms (thanks to 4takte), Klarna Support for new countries added (IT, ES, FR and BE).
Additionally to bug fixes this patch release contains merged pull requests (thanks to you guys!). Security improvement concerning voucher handling (thanks to dreikern.io) . Pre-installed module: Usercentrics CMP, Third gender support in forms (thanks to 4takte), Klarna Support for new countries added (IT, ES, FR and BE).
The latest doctrine/dbal release could lead to fatal errors if you build up your own OXID eShop repository leveraging metapackages. Read in this blog post how to avoid this behavior.
Recently, packagist.org warned about possible attacks in their blog. We want to escalate this warning to OXID module vendors.
Amazon Pay offers a newer version v3.6.8 of their OXID module and kindly requests customers to install this new version as soon as possible. In this blog post we show how you can update this module version with Composer as fast as possible. Of course, the new module version will be included in the next OXID eShop release.
We ditched the original idea of splitting all storefront OXID GraphQL modules into several fields. Learn why in this blog post.
PhpStorm is the most popular IDE for professional OXID developers. Here we will collect some useful hacks to make your coding experience even better.
OXID eShop version 6.2.3 is released containing bug fixes, a security improvement, merged pull requests, composer v2 support, oe:module:uninstall-configuration and support for Symfony named services.
So called “ecommerce services” in OXID eShop admin panel will be removed as off today. This is just to inform you 😉
When it comes to internationalization, localization might be an important part of it.
Finally, we were able to update our translation center to a new platform on Crowdin in order to make translations easier for you.
It turned out that Crowdin provides an highly integrated, easy to use and very intuitive platform which I am really happy with.
Read what exactly was changed (and unfortunately lost) with the update in this blog post.
Additionally to bug fixes and two security improvements, we added module migrations and updated several 3rd party components. This patch release contains 20+ merge requests – thanks to you guys!
Prior the changes, manual de- and activation of modules had to be done. Now this cumbersome work gets to an end as module config moved to yaml files.