Tag Archives: ArcGIS 10
This original July 31st post updated October 2, 2013. In November 2012, Esri held a historic, one-time-only Oceans Summit: a high-level, strategic workshop with an eye toward helping Esri to move forward in its approaches to ocean-centric software, associated data … Continue reading
Posted on behalf of Shaun Walbridge, Esri Help us set the direction for the Arc Marine data model by sharing information about how you use and manage your marine data. In April, we started a discussion with a webinar to … Continue reading
Shawn Otto, CEO and cofounder of ScienceDebate.org recently pointed out: “We are poised over the next 40 years to create as much new knowledge as we have in the past 400 years. At the same time, our major unresolved policy … Continue reading
Among the most important activities at the Esri Oceans Summit (November 7–8, 2012; see prior blog post 1 and prior prior blog post 2) were the breakout groups, where participants were called upon to identify major barriers to the use … Continue reading
At the Esri Oceans Summit there were several “hallway conversations” about a lack of spatial sampling tools in ArcGIS and how this had led people to use Hawth’s Tools (now Geospatial Modelling Environment) and other approaches in order to perform … Continue reading
On April 2, 2013, an informal working group of twenty-five (including four Esri staffers) participated in a 1.5-hour webinar to discuss the development of a new, improved version of the Arc Marine Data Model (also known as the “Marine Data … Continue reading
The 2013 Esri Partner Conference and Developer Summit is later this month and we wanted to take a minute to highlight several sessions for those interested in learning more about ArcGIS for Local Government and the maps and apps available … Continue reading
By Damien Demaj Late last year I introduced ArcGIS users to sports analytics, an emerging and exciting field within the GIS industry. Using ArcGIS for sports analytics can be read here. Recently I expanded the work by using a number … Continue reading
How fast can we go with what we’ve got? “That was the challenge Jack Dangermond posed to 50 key members of the ocean science and resource management community who were invited to Esri corporate headquarters in Redlands, California, for the … Continue reading
Google’s Android team recently released the ADT Bundle which provides everything you need to develop with the Android SDK including a version of the Eclipse IDE with a built in ADT (Android Developer Tools) plugin. This greatly simplifies setting up an Android developer environment.
Eclipse 3.8 and 4.2 were released concurrently as part of the Juno release. The Android team uses the 3.8 platform which is just the core and not a full packaged release. Features and plugins can be added from within the IDE. The Android team bundles the ADT in this fashion. You can install and develop with the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Android v10.1.1 and the ADT bundle in the same way you would install and develop with a supported Eclipse platform. When installing features and plugins into the IDE Eclipse will contact all update sites during install to find any required software needed for the plugins. Since 3.8 is part of the Juno release it checks Juno repository during this process and will update the platform to 4.2. This results in ADT bundle branding and appearance to be overridden by Eclipse Juno. In order to keep the ADT branding you must make sure that the installer dialog checkbox for ‘Contact all update sites during install to find required software’, is not selected as shown below:
You can track this issue with Android.