Tag Archives: ArcGIS Viewer for Flex
Version 3.3 of both the ArcGIS API for Flex and ArcGIS Viewer for Flex was released on Monday, April 29th. This is a minor release focusing on enhancements of existing functionality, improving workflows, updated localization, and bug fixes. As a … Continue reading
Version 3.2 of both the ArcGIS API for Flex and ArcGIS Viewer for Flex were released on Thursday, March 21. This release introduces new features, enhancements, bug fixes, and more integration with GitHub. Geographic search The Geocoder component can now be used … Continue reading
You may not know this, but the ArcGIS Viewer for Flex source code has been on GitHub since version 2.5 of the viewer. The ArcGIS API for Flex samples source code were also recently published to GitHub. The Esri Flex … Continue reading
Harnessing data quality feedback on a daily basis is a great way to keep your GIS data up-to-date and relevant. Of even greater value is the ability to extend your data quality workflows to include participation from the public, who … Continue reading
Version 3.1 of both the ArcGIS API for Flex and ArcGIS Viewer for Flex were released on Thursday, December 13. This is a significant release with many new features, enhancements and bug fixes. The Flex Development Team is very excited … Continue reading
Are you interested in learning about the ArcGIS Viewer for Flex – the configurable web client application for ArcGIS Server? Next week we will show its application builder and how to easily create powerful, focused web applications to deploy on your own web server. Please join us on Thursday, September 20th, 2012 when we will be conducting live training on Esri’s ArcGIS Viewer for Flex. There will be three offerings at: 9:00 am, 11:00 am, and 3:00 pm PDT (U.S. & Canada). To find out more information regarding this live training seminar click the link below
The Esri User Conference in San Diego, CA is always a great opportunity to learn about new Esri technology trends, reconnect with your colleagues, and meet some new folks in the community. This year was no different and we would … Continue reading
The release of ArcGIS 10.1 provides many new enhancements that will make delivering engaging and powerful web applications easier than ever. The Flex Team is very excited to deliver these new capabilities to our Flex users with version 3.0. We think you’ll be very inspired to get started integrating this new functionality. Here are few of the key new features covered in this blog:
- Share your widgets with the Flex community
- Bring your services and data to life with new dynamic capabilities
- Deliver content through new ArcGIS Online and Portal Integration
- System Requirements for Version 3.0
- Mobile Application Developers
- What’s new in ArcGIS API 3.0 for Flex
- What’s new in ArcGIS Viewer 3.0 for Flex
It was great seeing everyone from the Flex user community at the Developer Summit this year. If you were unable to attend hopefully we can see you next year or at the User’s Conference this summer. We received many questions and comments, and wanted to share some of it with everyone.
What’s going on with Flex at Esri?
The Flex Team at Esri is growing and doing great. In the last few months we’ve added three new team members. For more information about Flex at Esri and Adobe, please read the following posts.
- Adobe’s view of Flex and its commitments to Flex in the future [Adobe]
- Adobe roadmap for the Flash runtimes [Adobe]
I’m always surprised by the number of people that don’t know that you can use the Flex SDK and the ArcGIS API for Flex to build mobile applications for Blackberry, Android, and iOS devices. Several people came by with new iPads and showed us some great Flex apps. The interest in mobile was more popular than expected at this year’s conference, possibly due to the fact we showcased it in several Technical Workshops. Below is a basic example of the ArcGIS API for Flex running as a native application on an iPad 2.
Just in time for next week’s Developer Summit, we’ve made the version 3.0 Prerelease of the ArcGIS API and Viewer for Flex available for you to test drive.
This API release requires Adobe Flex 4.5 SDK or higher, which in turn requires at least Flash Player 10.2. The API includes more comprehensive support for ArcGIS 10.1 for Server, including: Continue reading