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WooCommerce 3.6.3 — May 16, 2019
Dev Chat #26 Notes — May 13, 2019

Dev Chat #26 Notes

Thanks to everyone that joined us in our last Dev Chat on May 2nd, we had about 20 people in attendance, results based in our emoji reactions inquiry.

The discussion was great, and you are welcome to read the full backscroll of the dev chat here, or find some notes after the break.

3.6: Questions and Feedback

We open our discussions for everyone to talk about questions, concerns, and experiences from the 3.6 release. Starting explaining why we had 3.6.1 released so quickly due a PHP segmentation fault caused by a bug in a PHP function that caused problems in a few servers, still even with this small bug fix, our Happiness Engineers reported that the support volume was substantially lower after 3.6 in comparison with other recent releases.

Also we did a little poll asking who tested any of our Beta or RC releases before launching 3.6, Sixteen people reacted, but the result ended tied. Among those who didn’t test, they argued that they wanted to, but they didn’t had time to test.

And we talked about lookup tables vs flatten tables, the Marketplace Suggestions in 3.6, and testing in popular hostings.

WooCommerce 3.7 Plans

Currently our plan is to release 3.7 on Monday July 22nd, this release should include two new WooCommerce Blocks for the editor, and we are planning to merge the WooCommerce Admin feature plugin, which brings the new analytics experience, dashboard, and activity panels to core.

More details about 3.7 will come in the soon, so watch this dev blog, and please do give the WooCommerce Admin plugin a test drive and send feedback on Slack or leaving a comment on this post.

Questions/Comments Time

We had a question about plans for GraphQL, and answering here, this is something on under our radar.

Till Next Dev Chat!

Thanks again to all whom attended. If you have any ideas on how to make Dev Chats more helpful, or if you have a question/topic you would like to discuss, please leave a note in the comments below.

The next dev chat is scheduled for the last Thursday of May – 30 May 2019 at 16:00 UTC.

May 2nd: Dev Chat #26 — April 30, 2019

May 2nd: Dev Chat #26

We are resuming our dev chats after the release of WooCommerce 3.6. Our last dev chat was on March 28th, and now it’s time to get back to our regular schedule.

The next chat will be on Thursday May 2nd at 16:00 UTC in the #core channel of the WooCommerce Community Slack. If you don’t already have access to the group, you can request an invite here.

In this devchat we’ll like invite everyone to talk about WooCommerce 3.6, let’s do a retro and talk about what went well and what didn’t, new features, performance improvements, bugs and so on.

As always – if you have any other questions, or topics you would like to chat about during Dev Chat #26, please drop a comment below.

See you all!

WooCommerce 3.6.2 — April 24, 2019
WooCommerce 3.3.5 fix release notes — April 10, 2018

WooCommerce 3.3.5 fix release notes

WooCommerce 3.3.5 is now available. ~32 commits made it into this release and the full changelog is below.

* Fix - Shop page notice should not appear when edting the "Hello World!" page.
* Fix - Inconsistent order item refund sign.
* Fix - Change `wc_get_price_excluding_tax` to not round the return value so calculations in admin are not pre-rounded.
* Fix - Use minimum price instead of maximum price when ordering variable products from low to high on term archives.
* Fix - `order` and `orderby` on shop page when using rewrite rules.
* Fix - Ajax loading spinner when using twentyseventeen theme.
* Fix - Out of Stock products change stock to On Backorder when imported to update existing products.
* Fix - Visibility dropdown not responding in quick edit when stock management is disabled.
* Fix - Featured paramenter in products endpoint on REST API.
* Fix - Linebreaks in order item meta.
* Fix - Product rating count when updated by admin.
* Tweak - Define array before attempting to append to it.
* Tweak - Change WC WP-CLI commands default per_page value to 100.
* Tweak - Ensure background process class returns `data` as an array.
* Tweak - Increase orders table checkbox column size on small devices.
* Tweak - Better support for infinite scroll in Jetpack.

 

Download the latest release of WooCommerce here or venture over to Dashboard → Updates to update your plugins from WordPress.

As usual, if you spot any other issues in WooCommerce core please log them in detail on Github, and to disclose a security issue to our team, please submit a report via HackerOne here. Comments on this post are closed.