In the first part of our series on dependency injection within the OXID eShop framework, we looked at why the technique of inversion of control is important for writing maintainable and testable software. In this and the next part we will look at the concrete implementation.
Web components are a set of web platform APIs that allow you to create new custom, reusable, encapsulated HTML tags to use in web pages and web apps. Read this blog post to learn more about it.
OXID eShop version 6.1.6 was released containing mostly bug fixes as well as a security improvement and ~30 merged pull requests.
OXID eShop v6.2.0 is public. Learn more about what’s new in this version and what’s been changed in this blog post. Best: it contains 80+ contribs from you!
Dependency injection for project developers with OXID eShop to be published with OXID eShop version 6.2.0. This is the first blog article (explaining the basics) of a three-part series.
OXID eShop v6.2.0 RC2 is publicly available. Read this blog post for more information about what is included, what has changed and how to get it.
As usual, we invited all of our solution and platform partners as well as proud members of OXID Savvy Programme on November, 12th to our annual OXID Partner Day. Please find a collection of the tech track slides in this blog post.
CVE-2019-17062: With a specially crafted URL, users with admin rights could unintentionally grant unauthorized users access to the admin panel.
Using a small piece of code from an integration task, I would like to discuss how good and bad practices differ – in the past as well as nowadays.
This patch release contains a fix for a security issue. Please read this document carefully and update your installation as soon as possible!
Today, we published patch releases OXID eShop 6.0.6 and OXID eShop 6.1.5 fixing security issue 2019-002. Please find hotfixes for former versions here.
Besides other bug fixes, this patch release contains a fix for a security issue. Please read this document carefully for more information.