Spree 3.1.0 final relase is out!
We’re excited to let you know that Spree 3.1 stable final release is out: https://github.com/spree/spree/releases/tag/v3.1.0
Spree 3.1 is introducing several new features:
- Store Credits support out of the box
- Versioned API
- Dynamic prices depending on zone for VAT countries
- Discontinuation of Products & Variants
- Fully responsive (RWD) notification emails
- Return Authorizations & Customer Returns Admin Panel screens
- Admin Panel User Experience fixes
It is already used for several projects and you may also get started with it here: https://github.com/spree/spree#getting-started
Many thanks to all the stellar Spree contributors:
- Abhishek Jain
- Alessandro Lepore
- Alexander Barbara
- Ben A. Morgan
- Darby Perez
- Faruk Aydin
- Jason Fleetwood-Boldt
- Jeff Dutil
- Marc Leglise
- Martin Meyerhoff
- Michael Lippold
- Peter Berkenbosch
- Rehan Jaffer
- Rein Aris
- Rick Blommers
- Spark Solutions
There are thousands of Spree store owners and developers all over the world invested in Spree over the years. Over the past 5 months we’ve observed increasing interest in Spree 3.1 for new E-Commerce projects big and small. New Spree extensions pop up, including the official Braintree v.zero & PayPal extension for Spree 2.4, 3.0, 3.1 developed in cooperation with PayPal.
Spree open source project is becoming truly community-driven, transparent and open.
That is why we organize OpenCommerce Conf in New York on June 28-29th! It's a 2 day event on Ruby on Rails E-Commerce with great speakers (see whos coming!), success stories, discussion panels for both developers and business people.
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Spree Core Team