Contributions to Magento Open Source or Magento Commerce are a powerful and effective way to strengthen the wider Magento community. Magento community involvement leads to the continuous improvement of the Magento framework; keeping it up to date with the latest development tools and best practices. We are grateful to all who participate in community projects to expand platform features and support the global community who use Magento.
For Magento v2.3.1 and 2.3.2, this article provides information about an issue with scope-related APIs for Asynchronous / Bulk APIs. We provide a patch to resolve this issue for Magento Open Source, Commerce, and Commerce Cloud instances.
Important Notice: With the latest Magento release v2.3.2, Magento instances must have a modern, secure version of libsodium installed. Learn more about supported versions and installation instructions.
Important Notice: Learn more about recent carding activity for PayPal Payflow Pro affecting merchants using Magento Open Source and Commerce v 2.1.x and 2.2.x (on prem and cloud). This information includes next steps from PayPal and KB articles for further information.
On March 26, Magento plans to release Magento 2.3.1 delivering, security updates, developer updates, enhanced performance, and new features including Page Builder. We also plan to release updates for Magento 1, 2.1, and 2.2 on the same day.
Magento’s implementation of the Authorize.Net Direct Post payment method currently uses MD5 based hash for all M1 and M2 installations. As of June 28, 2019, Authorize.Net will stop supporting MD5 based hash usage (announcement). Read this announcement to learn how to update Magento and Authorize.Net Direct Post.
Learn more about API design with examples from Magento 2 and MSI. API design is a crucial part of software development. This blog post delves deeper into API design, service contracts, and much more -- including Community involved for development decisions!
Time to get prepared! On Tuesday, November 28, Magento plans to release Magento 2.3.0 delivering new features, security updates, performance enhancements, and support for PHP 7.2. We also plan to release updates for Magento 1, 2.1, and 2.2 on the same day. These releases include important security enhancements, and it is recommended to prepare to update your Magento versions promptly.