Magento 2.3.4, which is planned to go live on January 28, will include a module integrated with Adobe services. Thus, it will help merchants to use pictures from Adobe Stock right from Magento 2 admin panel.
We are happy that our engineers Alex Shkurko and Dmitry Kaplin, have taken part in developing the new functionality and marched toward the first release of it.
It is one of the very first integrations of two companies. Previous versions of Magento haven’t included such a functionality.
Adobe bought Magento for $1.68 billion in 2018. The aim of the acquisition is adding the platform to Adobe Experience Cloud, which will help to create a single digital experience platform eventually.
Adobe Stock is a service that provides millions of images, videos, templates, 3D graphics, etc.
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