To carry on the spirit of collaboration with our customers and our community as well as a transparent software development, we have published the Roadmap for OXID eShop 4.7/5.0. This will help developers and partners to plan for changes and upcoming new features that may require changes in their shop architecture. With the upcoming release […]
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Starting with the release of version 4.6.0 we will introduce some changes in the OXID eShop update cycles. We will also expand our maintenance activities for previous versions of OXID eShop.
The biggest driver for OXID in many decisions nowadays is to see if we can attract more people joining the eShop community. For that it may be beneficial to include a generic component framework into the shop. Should OXID do that ?
We have just published an updated OXID eShop Quality Report. This blog post highlights the most important advancements in making OXID eShop an even better eCommerce system.
Some days ago we send an internal quality report under confidentiality to our partners. After receiving a lot of requests to be allowed to publish this or parts of, we decided to publish the contents as it is. Yes, that’s right, the original confidential contents.
So what does report mean and how should you interpret this? Lets answer some questions:
The first day at CeBIT usually is not the busiest one. My personal impression today was another one, at least in the Open Source areas but also at all booths relating to E-Commerce like Softengine, one of our ERP partners. Tomorrow at 11 a.m. I’m invited to a panel discussion titled ‘Open-Source vs. Cloud Commerce’. Looks to become interesting…
Latest since last week when the airbus made the spectacular emergency-landing in the hudson-river and the first pictures and messages reached the public worldwide just seconds after watering twitter is in everybodies mouth.
The congress „OnLine Handel 2009“ took place at Congress Center Rosengarten in Mannheim for the first time from January 21st to 22nd. At this German event, the whole industry got a worthy start into the yet young „eCommerce year“ 2009.
Both days were filled with plenty of new information. The Key message personally for me was, that the e-Retailers are mostly satisfied wit the Christmas salesfigures.
Finally having time after my visit to Mainz where I visited the International PHP Conference. The IPC has grown now to 5 days full of interesting sessions, workshops and discussions. It is getting bigger every year. If you are professionally interested in PHP …