Magento 2.3.5

The world is struck with COVID-19 crisis but that does not stop Magento community to keep with the continuous improvement and hence we are near to the release of Magento 2.3.5

Magento Open Source 2.3.5 and Magento Commerce 2.3.5 is expected to release this April 2020 that will include over 180 functional fixes and more than 25 security enhancements.

Magento 2.3.5 also has over 46 Github issues by community members ranging from core code clean up to improvements in Inventory Management and GraphQL.


What is expected from the Magento 2.3.5

  • Substantial Security Enhancements

  • Platform Upgrades

    • Elasticsearch 7.5 supported.
    • Deprecation of the integrations of the Authorize.Net, eWay, CyberSource, and Worldpay payment methods.
    • The core feature – Signifyd Fraud Protection Code, not supported anymore.
    • Symfony components upgraded.
  • Performance Boosts

    • Introducing a new way to invalidate all customer sections data that avoids a known issue with local storage when custom section.xml invalidations are active.
  • Merchant tool enhancements

    • Page Builder
      • Content type upgrade library.
      • Video Backgrounds for Rows, Banners, and Sliders. Page Builder Rows, Banners, and Sliders now have the option to use videos for their backgrounds.
      • Full Height Rows, Banners, and Sliders. Page Builder Rows, Banners, and Sliders now have the option to set their heights to the full-height of the page using a number with any CSS unit (px, %, vh, em) or a calculation between units (100vh – 237px).
      • Content type upgrade library.
    • Inventory Management
      • New bulk API for IsProductSalableForRequestedQtyInterface, which is used in checkout and cart verification.
      • New extension point for SourceDataProvider and StockDataProvider.
      • Ability to view allocated inventory sources from the Orders list.
      • See Inventory Management release notes for a more detailed discussion of recent Inventory Management bug fixes.
    • GraphQL
      • With this release, you can now use products and categoryList queries to retrieve information about products and categories that have been added to a staged campaign. See Using queries in the GraphQL Developer Guide for details.
    • dotdigital
      • Importer performance improved.
      • Engagement Cloud and Magento B2B integrated to allow the B2B merchants to leverage their B2B data and engage with the customers in a better way.
      • Improved importer performance and coupon code re-send.
    •  Google Shopping ads Channel
      • The Google Shopping ads Channel bundled extension has reached end-of-life with this release (2.3.5 and 2.3.4-p1). It is no longer supported. Alternative extensions are available on the Magento Marketplace.
    • Magento 2.3.5 release also includes improvements in the vendor developed extensions like Klarna, Yotpo, and Vertex.

Magento 2.3.5 is power-packed with enhancements like:

  • Installation, upgrade, deployment

    • The link accessed from Admin > Stores > Settings > Configuration > General > Advanced Reporting now opens in a new tab as expected.
  • Enhanced Adobe Stock integration
  • Analytics
    • Analytic reports are now available after changing the store URL.
  • Improvements in B2B includes:
    • Administrators can now create a Shared Catalog when Indexer Dimension Mode is set to website. Previously, Magento displayed this error: Could not save shared catalog.
    • You can now successfully configure a downloadable product’s link options from the Admin View Quote page. Previously, you could only update these options if the first downloadable link was selected.
    • Products can be added to cart from Quick Order after a user’s Customer Group is updated. Previously, customers whose customer group had been updated could not add a product to the cart, and Magento displayed this error: The SKU was not found in the catalog.
    • Magento now correctly displays products with special characters in Shared Catalogs in the Admin.
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Magento 2.3.5 is all set to release this April. The merchants are requested to upgrade the Magento 2 stores to the latest version in order to avail these exciting features, offer a secure online shopping platform and get the competitive edge!

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