The ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET 10.2.3 beta is now available on the Esri Beta Community. This is a quality release that resolves some issues encountered in the previous beta. A number of enhancements have also been included with the product:
Google’s Android Studio is a developer IDE based on IntelliJ IDEA platform. The platform is still in early access preview. If you are not comfortable using an unfinished product, you may want to continue to use the Eclipse Plugin bundled with the ArcGIS Android SDK.
Android Studio Basics
In Eclipse you have the concept of a workspace which can consist of multiple projects linked or unlinked. In Android Studio, projects are replaced by App Modules and Libary Modules. Modules are a discrete unit of functionality that can be run, tested, and debugged independently. Modules are somewhat similar to an Eclipse project with a few key differences: Continue reading
I’m pleased to announce that the 10.2.3 release of ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Java is now available for download at our developers site.
We have lots of new features including the final version of our offline API released in Beta at 10.2. We also have a new licensing model for all Runtime SDKs which makes our SDK more accessible allowing developers to get their application to market much quicker. Continue reading
Congratulations to both our Annual and Semi-Annual Awards of the Forums MVP Winners! Here we have our latest and greatest Forum MVP Winners here to announce. Twice per year we award MVP prizes to those users who contribute the most to our forums, based on the points they earn as you vote on their posts throughout the year. Our forums continue to be the most popular community tool for discussing, sharing, and helping one other to get the most from ArcGIS, as we have over 15,000 active users, 22,000 new threads and over 40,000 posts per year. What helps us to be so successful though, is you, our users. We like to recognize those that put in the time and effort to continue making our forums thrive!
Esri is pleased to announce the 10.2.3 release of the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Qt. It is live and ready for download from our developers site.
10.2.3 is a very significant release for Qt/C++ developers, and it builds on the 10.2 release (November 2013) in a number of ways:
- 10.2.3 completes the APIs for offline map use, which are now production-ready and formally released.
- 10.2.3 completes the streamlining of the development and deployment licensing model
- Additional geoprocessing tools have been added to the local server
…and more. Please check out the release notes for more detailed information about what’s new in 10.2.3.
On the weekend of May 2nd Esri had the pleasure of participating in the Alameda County Apps Challenge in Northern California. The County put together an awesome event, drawing nearly 200 people interested in hacking on the Open Data that they have made available.
TechCrunch held their New York Disrupt conference this past week, and as always, it kicked off with a hackathon over the weekend. Teams competed for the $5,000 Grand Prize, and we put up a $2,500 prize for best use of Esri technology.
We were also thrilled that Vrban won the overall Grand Prize from TechCrunch! Huge congratulations from us all to Angel Say who single-handedly pulled it all together to fend off some solid competition.
We are looking into patterns to allow developers more extension points into the ArcGIS Android API. In this post we will look into a developer pattern for extending the API to support a custom Tile Service Layer through the TiledServiceLayer class. Our recent release of v10.2.3 introduced a brand new sample called LocalMBTiles to show an example of extending the TiledServiceLayer. This post will introduce you to the developer pattern to extend the API to support a tile service from Map Box and how to integrate the custom tiles in the MapView. Continue reading