As mentioned in our previous blog post, the Windows download of 10.2.5 could only be used with Qt SDK 5.4.0 due to binary incompatibility between 5.4.0 and other versions of the Qt SDK. This problem only affected Windows.
Today, we re-released ArcGIS Runtime SDK 10.2.5 for Qt on Windows, rebuilt and retested atop Qt 5.4.1. This new download replaces the download made available last week. It incorporates the fixes in Qt 5.4.1 and thus avoids the incompatibility problem.
A documentation refresh will arrive later this week with updated System Requirements.
Here’s to your success in building great ArcGIS apps with Qt and QML!
The ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Qt Team
The Story Map Journal is a very popular Story Map, letting you create a compelling map-based narrative presented as a set of journal entries. It’s ideal for creating multimedia stories that combine text, maps, images, and video. And it’s especially … Continue reading
Esri recently released additional international data to its already expansive Global Demographic offering on the ArcGIS platform. This release includes: New Advanced data for Spain Additional postal geography levels added to the Advanced data for Germany Additional current year spending … Continue reading
Esri Maps for IBM Cognos 6.0.1 Patch 1 is ready for download.
This patch includes a Silverlight map rendering engine to improve performance in rendering map features and graphics in Internet Explorer. The Silverlight rendering engine is designed to make map performance in Internet Explorer comparable to Chrome and Firefox.
The patch also addresses two bugs related to legend styling.
For more information and to download the patch, visit support.esri.com.
~The Esri Maps for IBM Cognos Team
Posted in Apps, Location Analytics
Tagged 6.0.1 Patch 1, announcements, BI, business intelligence, Cognos, esri maps, Esri Maps for IBM Cognos, Internet Explorer, location analytics, map performance, Patch, Silverlight
During the evening of Monday, March 2, 2015, ArcGIS Online updated. That’s the beauty of the Cloud – it just updates for you. A lot of great new features came into the platform and you can find out everything that … Continue reading
Posted in Apps, ArcGIS Online, Mobile, Uncategorized, Web
Tagged GIS Hero, Operation Views, Operations Dashboard, Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS, public data, Real Time, sharing
It’s time to refresh your browser - ArcGIS Online has been updated with the following new features and enhancements. This update includes new features and capabilities for authoring web maps, app templates, managing and administering organizations, and more. Map viewer enhancements … Continue reading
We want to introduce you to Smart Mapping, an exciting new capability built into the March 2015 update to ArcGIS Online. Smart mapping is designed to give people confidence and power to quickly make maps that are visually stunning and useful. This makes it easier than ever for you to create attractive maps, maps that tell important stories. Here’s more about what we added and what you can expect when you try smart mapping.
We added new ways to symbolize your data, ‘smart’ defaults, and data-driven workflows to the ArcGIS Online map viewer. Continuous color ramps and proportional symbols, improved categorical mapping, heat maps, and new ways to use transparency effects to show additional details about your data are all now delivered via a streamlined and updated user interface.
But smart mapping is more than just new kinds of maps (as exciting as those are!). To power this experience, we’ve articulated and then programmed in deep cartographic first principles that become a set of interconnected ‘smart’ defaults that create data-driven workflows. Continue reading
ArcGIS Full Motion Video 1.2.1 for ArcGIS 10.2 and 10.3 is now available for our users to download from My Esri. This release includes the Geoprocessing Tools in the zip file with Full Motion Video. This Full Motion Video Add-in … Continue reading
Imagine being able to write a single native application with a beautiful user experience that runs on an Android, iOS, Mac OS, Windows and Linux device…and you do it all with a simple yet powerful markup language. You “declare” it, using a syntax you’re already very familiar with.
You can now use Python to create your own raster functions in ArcGIS. Previously, this was done in the .NET framework. Python is more accessible for users and allows you to plug into any of the Python libraries, such as … Continue reading
Posted in Defense, Developer, Imagery, Mapping, National Government, Oceans & Maritime, Python
Tagged Image Analysis, Imagery, on the fly processing, python adapter function, Raster, raster functions