Road map for next major OXID eShop release 4.0.1.0

Today I am happy to inform you about some exciting new features in our upcoming version 4.0.1.0, such as checking system requirements in installation script, generic and application-specific data import (e.g. from Magento), OpenID integration.

 

OXID releases results of 4th annual market survey on Christmas Sales.

In spite of many market segments suffering from the effects of the financial crisis German online retailers recorded strong Christmas Sales in 2008!

 

Minor release OXID eShop 4.0.0.2-14967

General hints for this package
This package does not contain any template changes. Please note, that quite a lot files are included in patch package. As packages are prepared automatically, most of these files are included only because the year changed in file header.

Installation
See http://www.oxid-esales.com/en/resources/help-faq/faq/how-update-one-release-another

Fixed Bugs

OXID releases minor update 4.0.0.2 of eCommerce software

Here is the second patch of the OXID eShop. You may download the free Community Edition here:
http://www.oxid-esales.com/en/download/open-source-ecommerce-solution-oxid-eshop-community-edition

Alternatively, you may want to patch your existing system from a former revision to the new version:

OXID releases minor release 4.0.0.1 of eCommerce software

We proudly come up with the new release 4.0.0.1 of the OXID eShop. You may download the free Community Edition here:
http://www.oxid-esales.com/en/download/open-source-ecommerce-solution-oxid-eshop-community-edition.

 

live presentation for OXID eShop and OXID eFire starts again

Hello everybody,

we are happy to inform you that as from December, 2nd on we will offer our live presentations for OXID eShop and OXID eFire again on a weekly basis.

But what does live presentation mean?

This type of presentation allows explaining our products by phone and parallel on screen. As an exceptional feature, we can make the presentation available for many customers at the same time, so a multiplications of cognitions is for sure.