On Thursday, August 23, 2012, join Rob Burke for a free Live Training Seminar. This seminar is about using the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for WPF to build rich GIS applications that take full advantage of the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) platform.
Click here, to learn more and to sign up for one of the three timeslots: 9:00 a.m, 11:00 a.m., and 3:00p.m. PDT (U.S. & Canada).
Jack Dangermond, president of Esri, opened the Esri User Conference by welcoming nearly 15,000 attendees who came from more than 130 countries. The theme of the conference was GIS—Opening Our World. Read more about the Plenary Highlights Watch the Plenary … Continue reading
On Thursday morning at 8:30 am in Ballroom 6 C of the San Diego Convention Center, we will present a special workshop in which key members of the ArcGIS product team will demonstrate key concepts and capabilities of web maps. We will provide demonstrations to help you envision how you can effectively apply web maps in your own work.
Presenters include: Clint Brown, Lauren Rosenshein Bennett, Craig McCabe, Jim Herries, Daniel Siegel, Scott Oppmann, and Allen Carroll. Continue reading
We’re updating the styling of the website header. Nothing below the header area will change, though. All the content within the website will stay as-is, as will the page URLs, feeds, and website navigation. The same great content you’ve always … Continue reading
As promised the Resource Center facelift and fresh new look will be released tonight. Starting at 6pm, we’ll take this website offline so we can complete the upgrade. When the Resource Center comes back on line you’ll see a new home page, great new content related to ArcGIS 10.1, as well as the existing content needed to support all previous versions of ArcGIS.
This Resource Center is getting a facelift and a fresh new look. We’re updating the color and styling of the website, adding tutorials for you to try ArcGIS, improving the gallery and video experiences, and much more.
We’ve been testing the website improvements as part of ArcGIS 10.1 Beta and Prerelease and now, in conjunction with its release, we’re ready to share the website improvements with everyone.
Click here to preview what’s coming. Then, on the evening of 6/12/12, the improvements will be applied to this website: http://resources.arcgis.com. All your bookmarks and page share will continue to work; some pages will just look a little different, and there will be lots of great new content.
For the past few years the various ArcGIS product development teams have hosted a few dozen separate blogs covering the width of the ArcGIS system. Now we have pulled those together into a single ArcGIS Blog so that you can more easily browse, subscribe to, learn from, and stay up-to-speed on the latest information from all our engineers and developers. In addition, the single blog reflects ArcGIS as a system and allows us to better tell big picture implementation stories that we couldn’t in the fragmented system.
If you do want to narrow your focus, just click a Category (under Technical Communities and Industry Communities) or Tag to see the posts for that particular area. You should find a category or tag that matches up with the subject area for each of the old separate blogs. A few may have been overlooked or thought to be unnecessary. We appreciate your feedback on specific categories or tags that should be added to help focus in on subject matter that is of interest to you. Continue reading