Have you heard about the OGC GeoPackage specification (http://www.opengeospatial.org/standards/geopackage)? It is a newly minted OGC spec that defines GeoPackages for exchange and GeoPackage SQLite Extensions for direct use of vector geospatial features and/or tile matrix sets. Esri has actively participated in the spec activity from the very beginning. To this end, we were one of the very early adopters of the specification ( early support even before the spec was approved by OGC membership). Continue reading
Amber Case, Esri’s resident cyborg anthropologist and Director of our R&D Center in Portland, is the keynote speaker for the Tech Cocktail Session in Las Vegas this Friday, April 11th. She will be talking about Cybernetics and the past, present … Continue reading
The following link (http://dtc-sci01.esri.com/OGCApps/OpenLayersApp/) put together by Kevin Sigwart (Esri) has a nice set of links that provide help for users wanting to leverage OpenLayers against services from an ArcGIS Server. Continue reading
The next release of ArcGIS Runtime SDKs is coming soon! It brings performance improvements you’ve come to expect but also the ability to write applications that can work both online and offline using a single API. We’re introducing the new … Continue reading
At the //build/ conference in San Francisco today, Microsoft announced a new development platform for Windows Phone that unifies the developer experience between Windows Store and Windows Phone. This greatly enhances the code-sharing story we presented at Esri Developer Summit … Continue reading
Recently we launched a major update of the ArcGIS for Developers site and announced the ability to log in with your ArcGIS Online account to manage services, create applications and access developer tools. This has caused some confusion for users who have tried to login with Public accounts.
The Dev Summit Hackathon 2014 was a blast, primarily because I hosted it, but also because amazing CoSponsors, an outstanding data partner in the County of Riverside, CA, and hectic hackers brought their A games. On Sunday March 9th and … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce the 10.2.2 release of ArcGIS Runtime SDK for WPF. You can download the SDK today from ArcGIS for Developers. This release follows the 10.2 release in Q4 2013 and includes several new features plus performance and quality improvements. Here are some of the highlights (much more information can be found in the release notes):