When you click on a product, a link to Product Settings will be shown in the left menu. This is where you can change your product name and cover image, but more importantly access all the credentials that the SDK will require, as well as set up environments, identity providers, and clients that will access this product. We'll dive deeper into all of these as we progress through the series, but for now it's good to know where to find this information. As you can see on the General tab, there are no Clients or Applications set up by default, so let's do that next.
That's where we'll end things for now. Next up, we'll set up our Visual Studio 2019 environment and the structure of our WPF sample application. You can reference the series reference on the previous article for all articles in this series. Let us know what you think on the Epic Online Services Community Support forums.