Want to add tweets to your map? No problem, there are two configurable app templates that enable you to do just that. After you’ve finished authoring your map, click Save, then Share. You’ll need to share your map at least within … Continue reading
As was shown at this year’s Esri User Conference, ArcMap now incorporates multidimensional data into GIS workflows to further the advancement of science (see Philip Mielke’s excellent plenary presentation). This is a very important concept that we at Esri would … Continue reading
ArcGIS Pro with NVIDIA K1 in XenDesktop This article continues the discussion on using ArcGIS Pro in virtualized environments, focusing on how a shareable GPU enhances the ArcGIS Pro user experience and the configurations used to deliver that user experience. … Continue reading
You’ve been busy adding items for others in your organization to use. You’ve created and added layers, used those layers to craft great maps, and used those maps to make great apps. How do you prevent accidentally deleting any of … Continue reading
In part 1 of this series we discussed how to integrate the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Android with Android Studio. The post stepped through the process of manually setting up a single project in Android Studio. Today, the ArcGIS Android developer team is proud to announce an Early Access Preview (EAP) release of ArcGIS Android Gradle samples. The samples are open source and can be forked from Github. Android Studio development environment is now in Beta and will be the official Android IDE once it’s ready. We encourage you to collaborate with us working with the new Gradle based Android project structure. Be aware that this is an EAP and if you are not comfortable using an unfinished product, you may want to use ArcGIS Android Samples in the Eclipse Plugin bundled with the ArcGIS Android SDK.
The ArcGIS Online map viewer can be used to share maps with a wider audience, but it may not be the ideal choice if that’s your intended goal. The map viewer is designed to enable users to author, save, and share … Continue reading
A new Community Maps data prep tool is available for those contributing Road Centerline features. This tool will convert your road polyline features and attributes to the Community Maps model so your roads can be used in the World Topographic Basemap.
The tool is split up into two separate (Part 1 and Part 2) GeoProcessing tools which are to be run in sequence. Continue reading
When you set out to create a Story Map a key decision will be – what Story Map app should I use? Most often the choice is obvious, but sometimes not. There are a number of ways to figure out … Continue reading
The latest World Imagery update on ArcGIS.com provides a widely-spread tour across the continent. Contributors in this release are from communities along the Great Lakes to coastal California, from one of the fastest growing prairie cities, to a community along … Continue reading
As your organization’s open data strategy matures it’s important to know that ArcGIS Online provides everything needed to help you implement an easy-to-use open data publication and approval workflow. All you need to do is create an additional group and … Continue reading