It’s not hard to create a map and overlay one set of data on it – well, at least not with ArcGIS Online. But what if your users really want to see several types of data, such as demographics, just … Continue reading
This update allows your iOS apps to use tile packages (.tpk files) that are greater than 2 GB in size. It also removes a potential conflict between the ArcGIS library and 3′rd party SQLite libraries you may wish to use in your projects. Continue reading
By Steve Kopp, Esri For the water resources community, one of the highlights at this year’s Users Conference was the public beta release of the watershed delineation service in ArcGIS Online. This geoprocessing service is now available to everyone with … Continue reading
Developers started building custom apps using ArcGIS Online as soon as it was launched last year. In March, we released developers.arcgis.com to bring all of the documentation, samples, APIs, and SDKs together in a single location. The March release also … Continue reading
When Microsoft announced Silverlight at the MIX conference in 2008, we quickly started to look at what this amazing new technology could do to enable .NET developers to build great web applications for ArcGIS Server. Since both Silverlight and WPF were based on .NET and XAML, we were able to quickly port our Silverlight implementation to the WPF platform. The SDK grew popular very quickly – we even won several awards. When the new Windows Phone platform was announced in 2010, we had a prototype running on a phone within the hour of launch. The parity between the platforms was amazing such that nearly 99% of the source code was shared across the three APIs. This provided a consistent experience for .NET developers building ArcGIS Server clients across all three platforms.
Version 3.4 of both the ArcGIS API for Flex and ArcGIS Viewer for Flex was released on Wednesday July 3rd, 2013. This release has a major focus on integration with the next release of ArcGIS. Many features to support Portal … Continue reading
The 2013 Esri International User Conference starts next week down at the San Diego Convention Center. There will be 15,000 attendees eager to learn and to see our path towards the future of GIS. Hopefully you’re one of them!
The Geodatabase Team will be down there giving technical sessions and demo theater presentations. We’ll be available to answer your questions and discuss what projects you’re working on too, so come visit us in the convention’s showcase area.