New versions of the ArcGIS Viewer for Silverlight and ArcGIS API for Silverlight are now available for download. For the 3.2 release, the development team has worked hard to implement key functionality and improve product quality. Continue reading
Welcome to Esri’s Twelve Days of Holiday Maps!
In the height of this holiday shopping season, we are launching the second edition of our Twelve Days of Holiday Maps. Over the next twelve business days, we’ll map areas with the highest demand for this season’s most popular presents. These web maps will be available for you to pan, zoom, and embed, and will showcase Esri’s Consumer Spending and Market Potential data.
The US Census Bureau has previously created population datasets for Haiti and Pakistan in the wake of natural disasters there, with the intention that they be used for humanitarian purposes. Recently, they added Rwanda to the list. In addition to … Continue reading
Getting started with the ArcGIS GeoEvent Processor SDK – Part 2: How to use JAVA Runtime SDK for Java in your ArcGIS GeoEvent Processor custom component
This is the second blog in the Getting started with the ArcGIS GeoEvent Processor SDK series. Below you will learn how to inject and reference the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Java in your Maven project so you can take advantage of its capabilities.
To illustrate, we will continue with the Maven project we built in Part 1 of this series. This custom processor will identify an envelope (extent) of a given GeoEvent and create a string representation (xmin, ymin, xmax, ymax) of the envelope in longitude and latitude. Once the envelope string is formatted, it will be stored in an existing field of a feature service. A UI will also be provided so you can enter a name of an existing field where the extent string will be stored. Continue reading
We are pleased to announce the release of Esri Maps for SharePoint 4.0 Beta 1. Esri Maps for SharePoint offers interactive and configurable mapping components that provide you with a geospatial view of your organization’s data, and leverages the ArcGIS platform for sharing and collaboration in your organization. Additionally, you can take advantage of the maps and data on ArcGIS Online to supplement your existing data.
Getting started with the ArcGIS GeoEvent Processor SDK – Part 1: Create a Maven project for your ArcGIS GeoEvent Processor custom component
Recently, I created a simple custom ArcGIS GeoEvent Processor component that updates an existing field in a feature service with that feature’s extent. I want to share my lessons learned while developing this custom processor in hopes of helping new developers like myself. This is the first blog in a two part series on getting started with the ArcGIS GeoEvent Processor SDK. In this one, I will talk about how to get started with the ArcGIS GeoEvent Processor SDK, create a new maven project, and review important files and their meanings. Continue reading
The Esri S-57 viewer is now available for all ArcGIS 10.2 users! The S-57 viewer is a free Esri add-on for the ArcGIS for Desktop product. S-57 IHO Transfer Standard for Digital Hydrographic Data is the encoding standard that is … Continue reading
Sometimes validating a business rule might require more than one check to be configured. One such example that I would like to highlight today is from the electric utility realm: validating primary and secondary lines relationships to the conductor info … Continue reading