News in NetPhantom 6.9

In accordance with the long term commitment of Nexum International in providing a product attuned to today's computing environment, the new NetPhantom version 6.9 focuses on server-side functions and client enhancements that support the developing innovations in Java.

The advanced development environment in NetPhantom 6.9 can now be used with production environments using previous NetPhantom 5.x versions for customers having an extended support agreement. It facilitates the migration to the version 6.9 considerably.

Below are news implemented in NetPhantom 6.90 since version 6.70 Build 6700.

Also see news in the previous versions.

News in Version 6.90 Build 6900

These are news since version 6.70 Build 6700:

  • Eclipse Oxygen 4.7.3a
    NetPhantom Quick Start is now bundled with Eclipse Oxygen 4.7.3a for Java Developers (32-bit).
  • Java 8 Update 172
    NetPhantom Quick Start is bundled with Java SE Development Kit 8 Update 172 (JDK 8u172).
  • Dropped support for Java 6
    All NetPhantom programs as the Client, Server, Cluster Controller and License Manager, etc, no longer supports Java 6.
  • Support for Java 9 and Java 10
    The NetPhantom Server, Cluster Controller and License Manager now supports running 64-bit versions of Java 9.0.4 or 10 or better. The NetPhantom Client does not support Java 9 or 10.
  • Web Server support for Analytics HTML code injection
    Support for injection of global HTML code in all HTML resources just after the <head> section e.g. to add Google Analytics injection of it's JavaScript code. Of course, other engines can be used too by the same means.
  • Web Server support for secure HTTPS redirection
    If a server supports secure HTTPS, and a request that comes from unsecure HTTP can optionally and globally be redirected to the secure HTTPS protocol.
  • Windows Help
    Help for Developer's Reference and REXX Language have been updated to be supported under Windows 10.
  • Updated NetPhantom System Certificates
    The NetPhantom certificate has been updated (SHA-256 from Symantec) and is valid until February 2019. The Quick-Start SSL self signed certificate has also been updated.

Previous versions

The links below indicates news implemented in the respective version: