On January 28th, Magento released version 2.3.4 -- the latest addition to Magento Open Source and Magento Commerce.
The version has addressed over 275 contributions from the community that cover significance enhancements and functional fixes. This big release also covers over 30 security enhancements that address vulnerabilities like cross-site scripting, deserialization of untrusted data, security bypassing etc.
In the meantime, Magento introduces new integrations, such as Adobe Stock image galleries and Live Chat from dotdigital. It also deprecated some payment gateways from the Magento core platform, such as Authorize.net.
Apart from the upgrades mentioned above, there have been enhancements with the release of Magento PWA Studio 5.0.0. The latest update of PWA Studio now includes new tools to help get a new project up and running quickly. You can see detailed changes in the PWA Studio Release Notes. In case you’re using our UB PWA Mega Menu, you can get started with PWA Studio 5.0.0 now (it’s fully compatible).
If you look forward to a headless approach to storefront development, it’s important to read more about the improved GraphQL coverage on GraphQL Release Notes here.
You can find the official release note of the latest Magento 2.3.4 here.
That’s being said, if you’re running your store on any version below Magento 2.3.4, we highly recommend you consider keeping up with the latest version of Magento. It not only adds more features to your store but also helps you enhance its security.
We did test and update all our Magento 2 extensions, please head over to your profile at Ubertheme to get the latest packages for Magento 2.3.4.
MAGENTO 2.3.4 EXTENSIONS:
Compatibility testing of our Magento 2 themes are in progress now. To date, UB Bookshop is fully compatible with Magento 2.3.4, other themes will follow soon.
Hope you enjoy our new updates.