People often ask if they can add layers to a Story Map Tour, and the answer is “Absolutely!” Here are a few nice examples of this from Pennsylvannia Wilds, the Arrowhead Regional Development Commission, and the National Parks Service. This next example … Continue reading
StreetMap Premium for ArcGIS North America TomTom 2015 Release 1 and StreetMap Premium for ArcGIS Europe TomTom Release 1 are now available. These datasets provide routing, geocoding, and high-quality cartographic display for countries in North America or Europe using ArcGIS … Continue reading
If you attended the 2015 User Conference you probably saw a demonstration of this prototype of the upcoming Story Map Cascade app during the plenary or one of the Story Maps workshops. There are several screenshots below, but to truly get a … Continue reading
Understand the concept of applied geography in Chapter 1 of The ArcGIS Book The first chapter in The ArcGIS Book acknowledges the work of current GIS professionals and introduces concepts and terminology to aspiring GIS users. It invites both long-time … Continue reading
A properly configured search experience allows your users to find your data easily. For this reason, we added new functionality to the search setting to the Basic Viewer, Elevations Profile, Filter, Edit, Legend, Public Information, Map Tools, Simple Viewer, and … Continue reading
Today at the Esri International User Conference we unveiled our plans for bringing vector map tiles to the ArcGIS platform. Our web, mobile, and online platform work together to provide data rich, interactive and custom cartography through modern web GIS … Continue reading
My Stories has been updated with two great new features! If you haven’t used it yet, My Stories is a new section of the Story Maps website where you can manage all the Story Maps in your ArcGIS Online account. … Continue reading
You may remember this post on using 3D web scenes in Story Maps from a few months ago. Since then there have been several Story Maps with 3D content (…Story Scenes?) published like this one from the Trust for Public Land and this … Continue reading
You can automate the installation and configuration of ArcGIS 10.3.1 for Server using a Chef Cookbook available on the Esri GitHub repository or Chef Supermarket. Download and run the tool to install and configure multiple GIS servers in a single site or install a full web GIS with the GIS server, Portal for ArcGIS, ArcGIS Web Adaptor, and ArcGIS Data Store on a machine, and configure them to work together.
The cookbook does not require any changes; you can run it as-is and launch a site. But if you are experienced with Chef and want to customize the Cookbook before running it, you can do that too.