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Get your installers ready (Java 1.8), because Neon is here! Our first release of the year is based on Eclipse Neon and with it, many other exciting updates.

Totally new portal, we are updating the look and feel of the SDC portal, giving extra functionality that allows you to perform basic editing of packages without the need of the Admin Console. You can also get usage information of your packages or to the System with nice graphics.

Security – SDC 2017 now let’s you know if you are attempting to access a third party or proxy with an invalid SSL certificate. Now you just gotta decide if you continue or not.

Additional updates are also included like support for HiDPI in the admin console, support for Linux Dark Theme in the admin console & improved support for installed JRE configurations.

Our New Portal Look


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