Category: ArcGIS Online
The configuration panel for the Basic Viewer template provides options to customize the appearance of the application to fit your needs. We covered how to configure this app a few months ago in this post.
Occasionally we get requests asking how to make additional customizations like:
- Change the text color for the title.
- Increase the font size for text
- Modify the font color for the search widget placeholder text
OGC services provide a great mechanism for achieving Interoperability. While OGC services are generally targeted for open environments, it is also true that many organizations disseminate “high value” information products using secure OGC protocols; secured using basic, digest or Integrated Windows authentication. In the past, ArcGIS Online had no options for dealing with these secure OGC web services. With the latest release of ArcGIS Online, it is now possible for organizations to Continue reading
In an earlier post, we described how you can customize the Esri vector basemaps (now in beta release). In that post, we provided an example of changing the colors for an existing map style to create a different look for … Continue reading
The latest ArcGIS Online release includes new and updated content from our user community. Thank you to our Contributors and Partners who help support the Living Atlas of the World by providing data and enriching these amazing resources. This release incorporates new and … Continue reading
Esri Demographic content was updated with the November 2015 ArcGIS Online release. The following is a compilation of those updates. The Canadian data from Environics Analytics was updated to 2015. This data includes expanded demographic attributes and all-new themes such … Continue reading
It’s time to refresh your browser - ArcGIS Online has been updated with the following new features and enhancements. This release includes updates and new capabilities for organization administration, smart mapping, configurable apps, content, and more. For additional details see the … Continue reading
As described in this earlier post, Esri has introduced a new set of vector basemaps (now in beta release). These vector basemaps offer several benefits (e.g. fast to download, look great on high-res displays, smaller and easier to update, etc), … Continue reading
Earlier this year, Esri announced plans for bringing vector tiles to the ArcGIS platform and shared a preview of vector basemaps being developed. With the November update of ArcGIS Online, we are introducing initial support for vector tiles as a … Continue reading
The World Imagery Basemap can now support imagery down to L23, which would potentially support imagery down to 2cm or 1in per pixel. Imagery has already been updated to include very high resolutions for several communities, down to L20 (15cm or … Continue reading