We are excited to announce the 10.2.2 beta release of the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET! This SDK enables developers to build rich, high performance GIS applications for Windows PCs, tablets, and phones. It includes three APIs that support building .NET apps for Windows Desktop, Windows Store, and Windows Phone. The APIs share a common design and structure, which encourages sharing implementation logic across Windows platforms. 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.
Earlier this year, we released a beta of offline capabilities as part of our 10.2 release. Today, we are happy to announce that offline functionality is now available in final form with the latest 10.2.2 release. Download the SDKs now (iOS|OS X). Continue reading
We’re all about making the Esri International DevSummit educational and fun. In addition to the dodgeball tournament and party, this year we’re introducing a scavenger hunt with prizes.
Last summer we announced in this blog post we were working on a new SDK called ArcGIS Runtime SDK for the Microsoft .NET Framework. This SDK would take all our experience building APIs and SDKs for the Windows desktop, Windows Phone and Windows Store app platforms, and bring them together in one SDK. Since the announcement, we know many of you have been thinking about code and skills you have developed with the existing ArcGIS Runtime SDK for WPF and asking how you can best plan for a transition to the Windows Desktop API included with the new .NET SDK. This blog post will help you prepare for the arrival of the new SDK by providing tips you can follow today in the current WPF SDK. Continue reading
It’s time to refresh your browser - ArcGIS Online has been updated with the following new features and enhancements. This update includes changes and additions for administering organizations, web map templates, and more. It also includes new data and map services … Continue reading
In a previous post we covered how to add photos from Flickr to your story map map tours. In this post, we’ll add a complete slideshow from a Flickr photo set to a tour stop in an existing tour. This … Continue reading
We had a great meeting in Opelika, AL! A big thank you goes out to Opelika Utilities for being a great host. The people were awesome. The facility was amazing. The weather was perfect! Hopefully everyone enjoyed the meeting as … Continue reading
When someone mentions “presentation” invariably Microsoft’s PowerPoint comes to mind. PowerPoint slides, and even entire presentations, can be easily incorporated into story map map tours, and can provide some extra context for your tour. In this post we’ll cover adding … Continue reading