Tag Archives: ArcGIS Runtime SDK for iOS
This update allows your iOS apps to use tile packages (.tpk files) that are greater than 2 GB in size. It also removes a potential conflict between the ArcGIS library and 3′rd party SQLite libraries you may wish to use in your projects. Continue reading
First off, thanks to everyone who came out to the Esri International Developer Summit in Palm Springs. It was great to meet you, share in your passion for technology, and get clear and direct feedback from you.
Some of you at the conference reported to us performance issues you were experiencing in your iOS apps after upgrading to version 10.1.1 of SDK. Some of these issues have also been previously reported on the user forums. We’re happy to announce today that we have an update that will greatly improve performance of your iOS apps by reducing memory and CPU utilization of the display subsystem. You can download the update here.
To our international users, we would also like to point out that this update adds translations for 6 new languages – Danish, Estonian, Hebrew, Latvian, Lithuanian, and Portuguese (Portugal).
We encourage you to try out the update and let us know how things go. As always, we’ll be listening.
We are pleased to announce the MapKit 2 ArcGIS project is now on GitHub, enabling developers using the Apple iOS MapKit to migrate, without any code changes, to the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for iOS. Continue reading
With the new release of iOS 6, Apple replaces the Map app from Google maps to create its own map application. Even though the new application from Apple has exciting new features, like 3D maps, some users are complaining about … Continue reading
Apple recently revealed the iPhone 5 and iOS 6 with much fanfare at their media event on Sep 12th. iOS 6 became available to the general public a week later, and Apple stores started selling the first iPhone 5 devices today. The long lines outside the Apple stores prove once again that Apple has a hit on their hands, and approximately 15% of users had already upgraded their devices to iOS 6 on the first day of its release. It is apparent that users are moving up to iOS 6 and no doubt, they will want to take their apps with them.
At the 2012 User Conference Lauren Rosenshein Bennett gave a Geoprocessing presentation in which she demonstrated an iPad application. The source code for this app is now available at GitHub! The demo was developed for the iPad using the ArcGIS … Continue reading