PrestaShop Developer Conference
PrestaShop Developer Conference
Paris, France - November 30, 2023
Let's talk code, commerce and open source.

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  • The PrestaShop Developer Conference is coming to Paris!

    Pre-register for the event happening in Paris, France on November 30, and participate as a Speaker!

    Are you a passionate PrestaShop developer or enthusiast, wanting to expand your knowledge and network within the community? The PrestaShop team is happy to let you know the call for presentations is open for the PrestaShop Developer Conference, taking place in Paris, France on November 30, 2023. This event promises to be an opportunity to engage in technical discussions, discover solutions, and connect with like-minded peers in the community.

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  • PrestaShop 9 minimum PHP version will be PHP8.1

    The project moves forward and drops obsolete PHP versions

    The develop branch contains the source code that will give birth to PrestaShop 9. This is the future of PrestaShop: it will be released either at the end of the year 2023 or at the beginning of the year 2024 and must carry on the ambition of the project for 2024. This major version must also embrace the change in the PHP ecosystem, and consequently, it must drop the support of obsolete PHP versions.

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  • A New Organization For The Open Source Project

    A clearer, more transparent, more collaborative organization

    Today, I want to share the new organization for decision-making that will be set up for the PrestaShop project. We believe this organization will help our community grow, get even more involved, and work together in building a better PrestaShop, faster.

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  • PrestaShop 8.1 is now in feature freeze

    PrestaShop 8.1 enters stabilization phase

    As of February 1, 2023, PrestaShop version 8.1 has entered the feature freeze phase. This article provides more information about the feature freeze, what the next steps will be, and what to expect from PrestaShop 8.1.

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  • GitHub Discussions are now enabled in the PrestaShop Project!

    A better place for the community to discuss the project

    Today, GitHub Discussions are being enabled for the PrestaShop Project. This feature will provide a more organized and easily accessible way for community members to collaborate, ask questions, and share ideas.

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  • An update on the Symfony migration

    What's next?

    In December 2015, a groundbreaking change in PrestaShop was announced: the introduction of the Symfony framework into the CMS. The goal was to gradually replace PrestaShop’s custom framework with Symfony, and switch its templating system from Smarty to Twig. This project was known as “The Symfony migration”. Looking back, we realize that referring to this project as a “migration” wasn’t really accurate at all.

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  • PrestaShop Version 8.0 Feature Freeze: Important Features

    Feature Freeze: an Inside Look at Most Important Features

    Dear developers and contributors,

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  • Hello 2022, meet our new Front office theme

    Here are some more details about it

    For a long time, many community members have been pushing for a rework of the Classic front-office theme. The maintainer team is happy to announce that a new front-office theme is being built, and you can find it here.

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  • PrestaShop beyond 1.7

    Here is what we are planning next!

    Five years ago, PrestaShop 1.7 was released to the world, introducing Symfony, the Classic theme and child theme features, interface improvements, and so much more. With each one of the eight minor versions that followed, 1.7 kept on growing both in features and stability. Its maturity is recognized by its success: with over 170,000 live shops detected at the time of writing, it’s the most popular PrestaShop version used in production shops on the web.

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  • Introducing TypeScript

    Moving our Javascript code to the next level

    Following a recent Architecture Decision Records (ADR) submission and a Proof of Concept (POC), the Core Maintainers team has decided to introduce TypeScript (TS) on the project.

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