ArcGIS 10.2.2 is now available for download from the Esri Customer Care site. For the most part 10.2.2 is about bug fixes. The complete list of issues addressed can be found here. If you plan on upgrading your 10.2 or 10.2.1 ArcGIS Server site to 10.2.2, please read the Continue reading
We will show you how you can leverage you can download maps to your device, collect and update GIS features whilst disconnected and then synchronize changes back to the office when you are connected.
In March we rolled out quite a few updates to Esri products and the Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS was no exception. A lot of exciting new features were added and you can find a full list of updates on our doc site or a preview of them from this blog article.
Perhaps the most sought after request that we added this release is to extend the reach of Dashboard beyond Windows Desktops and laptops and add support for tablets (iPads and Android tablets) so that more people within the organization can use it. With the 10.2.2 release, we have done just that by building Dashboard into the browser so it can run across platforms.
This blog article will describe how you can author operation views that target the browser and highlight capabilities within the browser app itself. Continue reading
Explorer for ArcGIS is coming and it is bringing exciting, new capabilities across the smartphone, tablet and desktop platforms. Explorer joins our family of apps that include Collector and Dashboard.
We have grand ambitions for Explorer and we chose this name for a reason! Yes we may have used it for product naming in the past but we are using it again because it best describes our vision. Collector and Operations Dashboard target the field data collection and operation management needs within your organization – Explorer targets the knowledge workers and decision makers that need to explore data in a geographic context and use maps to help them make better decisions and inform others. Continue reading
Basemap layers play an important role in the field work that you do – they provide a geographic reference when collecting or updating data in the field. You can choose from a number of Esri-provided basemap layers or you can use the landbase, aerial imagery or any other reference layers you create and manage within your GIS.
When you need to work offline – Esri basemaps can be downloaded directly to your smartphone or tablet using the Collector app and we provide quite a few of them for you to choose from. Continue reading
We’re happy to announce that we’ve updated the Damage Assessment template for ArcGIS 10.2. In this release, we transitioned to using ArcGIS Online and the Collector application. Since Collector now supports offline capabilities, we believe it’s very important to leverage … Continue reading
We are happy to announce the phased roll out of Collector for ArcGIS v10.2.2! Android users will start seeing updates available over the next few days and early next week it will be available to all users on both iOS … Continue reading
Today, we are happy to announce the release of the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Android v10.2.2 release. Download the SDK from our updated developer site.
The major changes this release focused on providing the capability to work offline and to speed up your productivity as described below:
Offline functionality was introduced in beta at the last release (version 10.2) and is now available in final form. This means that now you can build and deploy offline- and sync-enabled apps for production use. You can now use the following offline capabilities in your production apps: Continue reading
Late breaking news! The apps team just released an update to the Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS! Version 10.2.2 is available for right now and you can download the Windows Dashboard here.
We have added support for opening and viewing operation views within in a Browser so now the same real-time view of operations is available on your iPad or Android tablet as well as your Windows desktop. For more details, read this blog post or even better, take a look at our new doc!
NOTE: Portal for ArcGIS customers will be able to download the Windows app deployment utility from the customer care site late next week but will need to wait for the Browser app to be rolled out this summer.