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Post by emilioj » Wed Jan 09, 2019 4:32 pm

moneycarlo wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 1:33 pm
[...] a maintenance release of was released [...]
Looking at Opencart's new branches and releases in github it seems that Opencart will take maintenance&support seriously at last. I think this is good news!

Kudos for this decision!



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Post by ADD Creative » Wed Jan 09, 2019 11:55 pm

Reading the comments here. While there are some important bug fixes in the latest release, many did not make it. The main purpose seems to be to add Google Shopping and update some payment extensions.

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Post by softwork » Fri Jan 11, 2019 9:06 pm

The time to create a store after my ***** website I did with wordpress

So happy with OpenCard.

Daniel wrote:
Wed Jul 25, 2018 9:02 pm
Ok Guys,

Finally after many months a new version is nearly ready.

Please remember this is an alpha release and should not be used on a live site. Its also recommended to use php 7 or above.

Download ...

Bootstrap 4
Font Awesome 5
Jquery 3.3.1
Ability to have search engine index pages in multiple languages.
Added ckeditor back
Template code can now be edited before it processed using lamba functions.
All URL's generated in the catalog controller files now have language= appended to them.
SEO URL's can now replace any normal URL query and not just pre defind ones link product, category, manufacturer pages.
Added a CRON job system so no need for extension developers having to manually add this via the cpanel's.

Fixed ... a5b719d+34

Issues can be reported here:

There are still many bugs to be fixed. If you find an issue please make a sure its not already been reported.

I also plan to add a GDRP and cookie policy system for EU users while its still in Alpha.

I plan for 1 week of alpha release while i fix bugs then 1 month of beta so extension developers have time to update their extensions.

After this release is finished i have a big list of new features i will be adding.



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Post by marianoitaliano » Mon Jan 14, 2019 10:14 pm

ADD Creative wrote:
Wed Jan 09, 2019 11:55 pm
Reading the comments here. While there are some important bug fixes in the latest release, many did not make it. The main purpose seems to be to add Google Shopping and update some payment extensions.
First things first. Fixing bugs and safety should always be a top priority. Let's hope that they'll speed up a bit with the next improvements.

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Post by JNeuhoff » Fri Jan 18, 2019 12:58 am

As expected in an early alpha or beta release, OpenCart still has various bugs.

The ones I reported are all to do with Twig issues:
Twig ignoring template variables added by view/*/before events
Twig has no working auto-refresh
Twig doesn't accept changes from view/*/before events

My suggested pull request fixes all of that.
It basically makes OC backward compatible for view/*/before events.
And it solves the problems with Twig caching, including auto-refresh, cooperates nicely with the theme editor changes. There is no more need for cumbersome lambda functions. And last not least, it can now automatically detect whether a template is twig or php before the rendering. Finally, the rendering time, therefore the overall page load time, is now faster, too.


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Override Engine * Integrated VQMod * Multilingual SEO * Instant Option Price Calculator * TrustPilot Reviews * Google Rich Snippets * Google Tag Manager * Export/Import Tool * Template Switcher PHP/Twig

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Post by tingwing » Fri Feb 08, 2019 2:50 pm

looking forward to see this new version

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my extension: ... estshop24h

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Post by UnaBower » Thu Feb 14, 2019 7:48 pm

I'm in the process of developing up a small eCommerce website. Of all the eCommerce scripts available, Opencart seems to have the best functionality for my intended purposes. Now I'm trying to decide what version to use. What are the differences between 3.0.2 and the upcoming 3.1.0? How difficult is the upgrade process on a live site? Any thoughts or comments are greatly appreciated.



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Post by IP_CAM » Sun Feb 17, 2019 2:10 pm

Well, better forget the word UPGRADE, when it comes to OC, it has no meaning,
since OC changes in various Sections, from Subversion to Subversion again. And
nobody officially still works on older Releases anymore, if a new one arrives, since
OC has no free Ressources for such, but needs to concentrate on latest 'Things'.

In addition to the fact, that ANY upgrade Code would ONLY be capable, to function
with strictly DEFAULT OC Code, which is, in most of all OC-installations, just not the
case anymore.

It's the price, to pay, to get something for free, and without further Obligations ... :-)
So, better decide on a Version, where Extensions for your Needs exist, instead of
concentrating on Version Numbers, it would make much more sense !

Good Luck!

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Post by sarajames » Tue Feb 19, 2019 7:16 pm

Waiting for the next version!!!



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