Category: ArcGIS Online
With the March 2013 update to ArcGIS Online, the complimentary use of Bing basemaps (Bing Maps Road, Bing Maps Aerial, and Bing Maps Hybrid) has been phased out. If you have an organizational account you can still continue to use … Continue reading
We’re pleased to announce the release of Esri Maps for Office 2.0 powered by ArcGIS Online. Esri Maps for Office is a powerful add-in for Microsoft Office that brings the capabilities of Esri’s mapping platform to Microsoft Excel and Microsoft … Continue reading
We recently deployed additional community contributions to the World Topographic Map for several areas in the United States. Community contributions also were added to the World Imagery map (World Imagery release details).
The World Imagery map just got better. Yesterday we added DigitalGlobe high-resolution imagery for a number of areas around the world to the World Imagery map. In addition, the World Imagery map was updated with community content for areas in … Continue reading
It’s time to refresh your browser - ArcGIS Online has been updated with the following new features and enhancements. This update includes changes and additions for authoring web maps, developing applications, and administering organizations. It also includes new data and map … Continue reading
With the March 2013 ArcGIS Online update, map authors can now add GeoRSS, OGC WMTS, and tile layers to their web maps. Here’s how you add tile layers using the ArcGIS.com map viewer.
In 2013, the ArcGIS for Local Government solution is focused on ArcGIS Online and expanding the maps and apps in the solution offering. We want to make it easier for you to deploy ArcGIS Online in your organization and we’re … Continue reading
When importing .txt or .csv file in your ArcGIS Online web map something to consider is the use of smart quotes and apostrophes (also called “curly” or “book”) vs. plain ones. For example, if smart apostrophes are used, you will … Continue reading
Every month the World Topographic Map Service is refreshed to reflect newly contributed and updated content. These Community Maps deployments are regularly announced in the ArcGIS Online Content blog, and, recently, we’ve even started featuring them in the form of ArcGIS … Continue reading