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Spree 1.1.0 Released

We’re pleased to announce that Spree 1.1.0 has been released. We’ve been hard at work the past two months getting this release ready. This is also the first Spree release to support Rails 3.2.×. All it took was 790 commits by 34 different authors (including many first-time committers.)

Here’s a list of highlights of what is contained in the new release:

  • Support for Rails 3.2.x
  • Product groups have been moved to a stand alone extension
  • Major overhaul of the API
  • Simplified the internals of Creditcard model
  • Replaced meta_search with ransack
  • Instant activation for live analytics
  • Several other minor changes

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