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Welcome to our blog, where we share news related to Sylius and post about technology & eCommerce.

What is State Machine and why is it useful in modeling eCommerce processes

In Sylius, a state machine is a widely used concept. If you’ve ever read some Sylius’ code, you have probably seen it, even if you were not aware of it.

Technical debt silently throttles your eCommerce revenue

What is Technical Debt? It is the sum of all deficiencies in the inner quality of your codebase. The term was coined by Ward Cunningham and I love how elegantly it describes the reality of many software development projects.

Community Highlights #2 – Sylius Resource Bundle

From this blog post you can learn how Sylius Resource Bundle can help you in your Symfony projects!

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Introducing Sylius Plus

We are excited to announce Sylius Plus - the next step in the evolution of our product.

CVE-2019-12186: XSS injection in the Grid component

We strive to make sure Sylius is a secure choice for you. Learn more about the XSS vulnerability in the Grid component.

Sylius v1.5.0 released

Three and a half months after the latest minor release, we are back with Sylius v1.5.0.

Sylius v1.4.0 released

The role-based authorization control plugin, enhanced password hashing, developer experience improvements, decluttered testing architecture, PHP 7.3 support, closer integration with Symfony ecosystem - all of those made its way into v1.4.0.

Access granting in a Sylius’ way – RBAC plugin is finally here!

According to our community feedback, role-based access control in the administration panel was considered one of the biggest Sylius missing features. Well, to put things straight - it’s not a missing feature anymore - here comes RBAC Plugin!

Monofony, a Symfony booster based on Sylius internals

Our product’s decoupled architecture allows for not only standard eCommerce implementations but also provides a framework for various Symfony projects based on Sylius standalone components.