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Aug172016

Commerce Bug 3.1 Released

Pulses Storm is happy to announce the immediate availability of Commerce Bug 3.1.0 for Magento 1 and Magento 2 systems. This is a free upgrade for existing Commerce Bug 3 license holders, with upgrade pricing available for registered Magento 2 users. If you need your download/discount links or have any other questions, do not hesitate to get in touch via support.

Commerce Bug 3.1 is a bug fix release, and also adds full support for Magento 2.1. Updates include

  • Target _blank fix for lookup page

  • trim class names before reflection on lookup page

  • remove console.log from javascript

  • Removed ps:cb:check-events command

  • Added ps:cb:scan:context

  • Added ps:cb:testbed

  • Added ps:cb:scan:double-param

  • Added additional explanations when Commerce Bug can't find a controller.

  • Moved to abstract grid provider for log grid

  • Refactored class look to handle error status without failing

  • Default sorting for events is in order issues (i.e. ignore turns off data tables sort by default behavior)

  • Adding full page cache warning to layout tab

  • Refactored Grid Collections for Magento 2 compatibility

  • Checked maxpacketsize before trying to insert giant JSON string

  • Added block class file to blocks tab

  • Various code changes to deal with non @api architecture changes in Magento 2

What is Commerce Bug?

Commerce Bug is a programmer's debugging extension for the Magento Ecommerce system, and is compatible with the Community, Professional, Enterprise, and Magento 2 Editions. Commerce Bug has been pulling Magento developers out of the frying and putting out fires for years and will pay for itself in the first day.

Whether you're a newbie who needs help understanding Magento's complexities or you're an experienced developer who's inherited "That Offshored Project(TM)", Commerce Bug will save you hours a day, letting you concentrate on solving your customer's problems instead of wrestling with Magento. Get your copy today and start working with Magento instead of against it.

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