It’s been over three months since our last release, but don’t worry — we’ve not been slacking off! In fact, we’re proud to present the biggest update since the release of Saleor 2.0 last year. Ladies and gents, welcome to the Saleor 2.9 release!

Enterprise-grade attributes

Attributes let you customize the shape of your products. It’s a key feature that we’ve made even more powerful through some significant changes. First of all, attributes are no longer specific to product types; they can now be defined globally and reused with multiple product types! …

Welcome to the June 2019 release of Saleor! Read on to learn about the newest changes!

Avalara Integration

Saleor has, to date, only supported tax calculations for the EU with Vatlayer. To support taxes in other countries, we’re integrating the popular Avalara tool with Saleor in this release! With Avalara enabled and configured, you’ll get proper tax calculations during the checkout process. Your orders will also be accessible in the Avalara admin panel.

Storing Credit Cards

We’ve improved the internal payment gateway interface, which now allows for storage and reuse of customers’ payment sources, such as credit cards, if the gateway supports it. …

Welcome to the May 2019 release of Saleor! Read on to learn about the newest changes.

Storefront navigation management

This month we’re bringing you last missing section of Dashboard 2.0. Storefront navigation management allows you to configure which information and links are visible in the menu bars of your storefront. You can add new items and easily link them to existing categories, collections, and pages on your site, or add a link to any external site you choose. Once items are created, you can easily arrange the structure by dragging and dropping to reorder or nest them.

Welcome to the April 2019 release of Saleor! Read on to learn about the newest changes!

Any color you like, as long as it’s Black

Proper code formatting is one of the essential things that help to keep an open-source project universally maintainable and understandable. We had Google’s YAPF in Saleor, but the formatting was only applied to some of the newer code, while a lot of the original core was using inconsistent styles. To address this issue, we decided to pick a modern tool that a number of open-source projects have recently adopted. Black is an opinionated code formatting tool for Python that comes with a fixed set…

Welcome to the March 2019 release of Saleor. Read on to learn about the newest changes and for a very special announcement!

Model Translations UI

API for model translations was already added in the last release, but this month we’re bringing you a brand new user interface which allows you to easily manage translations of your shop’s data from the dashboard! To access it, in the main navigation go to the “Translations” section and you’ll get a list of all languages enabled in your shop. You can then select a language and choose a particular model that you’d like to add the translations…

A model translations API, three new Dashboard 2.0 sections and great tweaks — welcome to the February 2019 release of Saleor! All the highlights and more on our future plans.

Discounts section

Discount management has landed! It can be accessed from the top-level navigation menu in Dashboard 2.0 and is split into two parts: sales and vouchers. Sales allow you to define a percentage or fixed discounts on single products, or on entire collections or categories, and they are seen by all customers in your store. You can also specify the dates when discounted prices are active.

New tax management views, Docker configuration improvements, and the first phase of payment refactoring. Read on to learn about these and other smaller changes that we made in January!

Update 2.3.1: The update addresses the security issue in GraphQL API. See the release notes on Github.

Dashboard 2.0 changes

After a few recent sprints focused on maintenance, we got back to adding new sections in Dashboard 2.0. The first is tax management.

To use it, in the Dashboard 2.0 navigate to Configure > Taxes. This is how it looks:

A new payment gateway, new features in the Dashboard 2.0 and a refreshed storefront look… welcome to the December 2018 release of Saleor! Read on to learn about the changes we’ve been working on for the last month and our plans for January 2019.

Thank you

The “thank you” part is usually at the end of the release notes but, as this is the first release in 2019, we want to start by quickly summarizing a great 2018 and expressing our gratitude to the Saleor community!

First of all, we got 2053 stars on Github in 2018 and were the fastest growing…

Welcome to the November 2018 release of Saleor!

As this is the last update of 2018, we are reflecting on what a huge year it has been for Saleor. Everything hit critical mass last month when we released our major update that we chose to call Saleor 2.0, the full details of which are in this blog post. Most of our time in the second half of 2018 was spent pushing towards that big event and we can look back now at the time well spent. It’s not always easy to measure open source success but our GitHub stars tell…

Launching the GraphQL-first open source e-commerce for the PWA era.

  • Saleor 2.0 shifts the platform over to a headless e-commerce solution featuring a fully-fledged GraphQL API
  • In Saleor 2.0, a Progressive Web Application (PWA) delivers engaging mobile-first experiences for end users, on any device and on any platform
  • A JavaScript application using GraphQL creates dynamic and easy-to-manage dashboards in Saleor 2.0 that enhance control and usability for administrators

The evolution of a leading e-commerce solution

Our mission has always been to design an e-commerce platform that transforms businesses and to build software that developers love to play with. Over the last five years, we have evolved Saleor…

Marcin Gębala

Full stack engineer at @mirumeelabs. Development lead of @getsaleor.

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