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.
In October 2019 ECJ decided about the necessity of cookie consent tools on all websites. On 28th of May this was confirmed by German Federal Court of Justice. This post is to give you an overview of cookies used in OXID as well as the possibilities you have to find a cookie consent tool that fits your needs.
This Friday, June 26th we have had our first OxidDevHour. It is a format ajar to OXID User Groups, just more efficient, more concentrated on OXID devs.
VAT in Germany will be reduced from July till December 2020. Read this blog post to learn how to achieve that in OXID eShop and how to automate it.
This patch release contains some bug fixes and a pull request. Additionally, the functionalities “E-mail suggest” as well as “Beta note” were deprecated.
OXID eShop 6.2 is released and its a good step forward to a modernized codebase, embracing best practices and more symfony-like patterns. Here is my experience updating.
When Florian started at OXID in September last year, he was entrusted to get the ball rolling for GraphQL API in OXID eShop. Read the full story here.
This is the last of our three-part blog post series about using Symfony DI containers in OXID and how it can be used in module and project development. Hope that this helps you with your job, and of course we are always happy about feed back!