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In May 2023, we have added and updated the following pages:
- Docs release notes
- Multistore documentation:
- Multistore setup options: Learn about all the setup options you have for a multistore environment.
- Checklist for a new store implementation: Overview of the high-level tasks and responsibilities of Spryker and Customer when setting up a new store.
- App Composition Platform installation: Learn how to install the App Orchestration Platform.
- Run the evaluator tool: Learn how to run the evaluator tool.
- Upgradability guidelines:
- Additional logic in dependency provider: Resolve issues with additional logic in dependency provider
- Dead code checker: Check if there is dead code that extends core classes in your project.
- Minimum allowed shop version: Learn how to resolve issues with project upgradability when your projects contains old package dependencies that are already not supported.
- Multidimensional array: Resolve issues with the multidimensional arrays inside the dependency provider’s methods.
- PHP version: Make sure the allowed and consistent PHP version is used in different project parts.
- Plugin registration with restrictions: Resolve isues related to plugin registration with restrictions.
- Security checker: Check if your PHP application depends on PHP packages with known security vulnerabilities.
- Single plugin argument: Resolve issues related to single plugin arguments inside the dependency provider’s methods.
- HowTo: Allow Zed SCSS/JS on a project level for
oryx-for-zedversion 2.12.0 and earlier
- HowTo: Allow Zed SCSS/JS on a project level for
oryx-for-zedversion 2.13.0 and later
- Add variables in the Parameter Store
- Change default branch: Learn how to change the default branch in Spryker CI
- Oryx documentation:
- Set up Oryx: Learn how to set up an environment for developing in the Oryx framework.
- Oryx: Boilerplate: Create maintainable and upgradeable applications using the Oryx boilerplate.
- Oryx: Feature sets: Learn what the feature sets in Oryx are all about.
- Oryx: Packages: Use Oryx packages from npm to ensure you can easily upgrade to newer versions.
- Oryx: Routing: Lear how to set up the Oryx routing.
- Oryx: Versioning: Learn about the methods used in Oryx to deliver an advanced application development platform while maintaining stability.
- Oryx: Supported browsers: Learn what browsers Oryx supports.
- Dependency injection: Learn about the dependency injection that lets you customize logic but keep your project upgradable.
- Oryx service layer: Learn about the service layer in Oryx serves as the foundation for the business logic.
- Dependency Injection: Using services: Learn how to inject services and dependencies.
- Dependency Injection: Defining services: Recommended conventions for defining services.
- Dependency Injection: Providing services: Recommended conventions for providing services.
- Dependency Injection: Advanced strategies: Strategies for using DI that cover advanced use cases.
- Oryx application orchestration: Orchestration of the Oryx Application.
- Oryx application: Learn about the app of the Oryx Application.
- Oryx application environment: Learn about the environment of the Oryx Application.
- Oryx application feature: Learn about the feature of the Oryx Application.
- Oryx application plugins: Learn about plugins of the Oryx Application.
- Reactivity: Learn how Reactivity enables real-time updates.
- Key concepts of Reactivity: Understand the Reactivity concepts that will help you understand how Oryx works.
- Reactive components: Learn about the reactive components that are built with Lit.
- Oryx: Integration of backend APIs: Compose a frontend application from backend APIs.
- HowTo: Set up multiple stores: Learn how to set up multiple stores.
- App manifest: Learn about the app manifest files and what necessary information they must contain
- Spryker Code Upgrader: Learn how to use the Spryker Code Upgrader to update your project easily.
- Performance testing in staging environments: Our tips on executing the performance testing.
- Configuring debugging in Docker: Learn how to configure debugging in Docker.
- Environment provisioning: Learn how you can submit an environment provisioning request.
- Configure Algolia: Learn how to configure the Algolia app.
- Integrate Algolia: Learn how to integrate the Algolia app.
For more details on these and other updates to the Spryker docs in May 2023, refer to the docs release notes page on GitHub.
In April 2023, we have added and updated the following pages:
- Connect the Upgrader to a project self-hosted with GitLab: Learn how to connect the Spryker Code Upgrader manually using a Gitlab CE/EE access token.
- Updating Spryker: Learn how and when to update your Spryker project.
- Warehouse picking feature integration guides:
- Install the Warehouse picking feature
- Install the Picker user login feature
- Install the Warehouse picking + Inventory Management feature
- Install the Warehouse picking + Order Management feature
- Install the Warehouse picking + Product feature
- Install the Warehouse picking + Shipment feature
- Install the Warehouse picking + Spryker Core Back Office feature
- Security release notes 202304.0
- Releases vs Customization types: Learn about the customization strategies and release types you can use to integrate releases and customize your project.
- Install the Spryker Core Back Office + Warehouse User Management feature
- Install the Spryker Core Back Office feature
- Product + Category feature integration
- Install the Shipment feature
For more details on the latest additions and updates to the Spryker docs, refer to the docs release notes page on GitHub.
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