Three and a half months after the latest minor release, we are back with Sylius v1.5.0.
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.
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!
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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.
All aboard the plugin train! What if once you have ordered some products and completed the payment process you would receive an email with a pdf document as a proof of placing the order? What’s more, this file would also contain both your and shop’s name, address and company. Does this dataset sound familiar? That’s […]
Another week means another official Sylius plugin discussed. Although the customer is now able to reorder a previously placed order and to refund it, there’s still plenty of order-related features that need to be covered. Have you ever placed an order, not paid for it yet and decided to resign from buying at all? If so, the next Sylius plugin seems to be a welcome extension.
Let’s assume the delivered product was damaged or its variant is not the one you have ordered, answer: Refund Plugin! What is it? How does it work code-wise? How to get it? Learn all of that and more in this blog post.
With this blog post, we would like to shortly unveil the approach that we as the Sylius team adapted during new features development and introduce some effects of our work.
The new version of Sylius incorporates the Symfony 4 directory structure, supports Symfony Flex and PHP 7.2. What is more, it also contains a Docker setup. Find out more!