With the fourth Boost Day, we started a new series: Ask us anything!
Do you want to know something? Please ask your questions or vote via git: ASK US ANYTHING
Yes, there will be private composer repositories for plugins. The start of implementation was on the week of March 29th. The estimated date of completion is the week of May 10-16th.
Update: It's still in progress.
Yes, 5.7.0 is compatible with PHP 8.0. Shopware 6.4.0 is compatible with PHP 8.0.
No, the DAL in Shopware would not support it. We have custom fields to use the MySQL JSON data type, which is a substitute for this and another way of achieving similar goals.
Yes, there will be more value in the future. When and how is not yet decided. We already started the process, but there are many things to consider, so that needs time.
Yes, vue3 will be available with Shopware 6.5.
Composition API is planned.
We plan to set up a SWAG store this year (2021).
SWAG store in this context means a Shopware Merchandising store.
Cody Vuelette is a limited edition and therefore not available for sale in the future.
Probably. We are constantly evolving our documentation, but there is no plan to overhaul the complete migration guide.
It is currently not an implemented feature. Also, there is no timeline for when it will be implemented. This might be a topic for the next Boost Day.
The clearing is fixed with Shopware 6.4.
Version_commit_data keeps a delta of objects. When you change something in the administration or via API, a delta is kept. In the future, this will be the base of a system where you can roll back the changes you have made.
Shopware can do both. You can use REST if you want to. The trick is to set your accept header on your request to application JSON.
Probably. We heard your feedback and will evaluate this, but it is too soon to make promises. There will be more on this topic in the future.
Yes, indeed, in the future. We are working on it, but it is not ready yet.