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MijoShop 2.0.2 is out, New Buttons

Written by Denis Dulici on Thursday, 04 July 2013. Posted in MijoShop, Releases . Hits: 16936

MijoShop 2.0.2 is out, New Buttons
I'm happy to announce a new version of the leading Joomla Shopping Cart component, MijoShop. In this release we've continued turning the admin panel of MijoShop into a standard Joomla component by adding new buttons.

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As you can see from the screenshots, now we have enable/disable buttons for batch actions. We've also changed the action of Save button as it is globally applicable in Joomla and added Save & Close and Save & New buttons to ease the usage. Another improvement is that we've added the Status column and filters in categories page, in back-end. Curently these features are added just to the Catalog menu but we'll add them to all of the parts of MijoShop in the next versions.

This release does also include the new language file for English, the Joomla language file, so you could easily override the output by just searching the value from Joomla back-end.

We've also fixed some issues such as compatibility with JFBConnect and JLinked components and some others.

These are the new features that comes with 2.0.2 release. As mentioned in the v.2 blog, now MijoShop will be totally developed by Mijosoft team which also means that it will be more like a native Joomla component than an integration of a standalone application. Of course that the extension compatibility is always bearing in our mind.

What is new in MijoShop 2.0.2

  • # : Fixed compatibility issue with JLinked component
  • # : Fixed SQL queries for orders in back-end
  • # : Missing CSS/JS in account registration (Joomla 3)
  • + : "Save", "Save & Close" and "Save & New" buttons for Catalog objects
  • + : Enable / Disable buttons for Catalog objects (batch action)
  • + : Status column and filters in categories page (back-end)
  • + : English language as Joomla language file

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About the Author

Denis Dulici

Denis Dulici

Denis joined the World Wide Web in 2006 with SMF forum and continued with Joomla and WordPress. Due to his education, his all job was to write and maintain code. His professional field is PHP & MySQL but due to his job & education he also masters XML, Java and C# languages.

Denis is a citizen of Albania, bachelor of Marmara University Technology Engineering, Senior PHP Developer, founder of Miwisoft, married and father of a teenyweeny girl.



Hermes Macedo
#1 Hermes Macedo 2013-07-04 18:19
Glad you once again confirmed that the MijoShop will always compatible with Opencart extensions.
Peter Graf
#2 Peter Graf 2013-07-29 12:43
Great job Guys. And thanks also the supporters for the quick reactions. I works perfectly.

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