We are very excited to announce that the next generation of Explorer for ArcGIS is available in beta on the iOS platform today and will be coming to Android this spring! Where are we now? Executives and decision makers use … Continue reading
In the 1970s, the Iowa State Capitol in Des Moines had a bird’s-eye view of a downtown in deep decay. Decades later, the iconic building — the ubiquitous television backdrop for nearly every reporter covering the Iowa Caucus — is perched … Continue reading
ArcGIS Desktop 10.5 has been available for download for a while now. In this release we’ve brought over some new tools that first appeared in ArcGIS Pro, but we’ve also improved performance in several key areas. Read on to find … Continue reading
The recording of the February 2017 Living Atlas Community Webinar is now available! In this webinar, Jim Herries, Lisa Berry, and Jennifer Bell of Esri’s ArcGIS Content Team presented Esri’s latest SmartMapping techniques and showed how you can use them with Living Atlas layers … Continue reading
ArcGIS Pro combines powerful image processing, analysis and visualization capabilities with a practical user interface to enable efficient project workflows. The Imagery tab is the home for image processing workflows and tasks, such as georeferencing and image classification.
Discovery and Contribution is now effortless The redesigned Living Atlas of the World website has been released. The goals of the redesign were to make it easier to discover Living Atlas content and contribute items to the Living Atlas. The … Continue reading
A Story Map Journal is an ideal choice when you want to combine narrative text with maps, media, and other embedded content to tell a story. A Map Journal contains entries, or sections, that viewers scroll through. Each section is … Continue reading
In a couple of weeks, the Esri 2017 Developer Summit will be held in Palm Springs, CA. As usual, the Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS Dev team is excited to meet and talk with our user and developer community.
When you add web maps to your story map, the scale bar is omitted. Why? The scale bar may be unneeded for your story, and the map and its context may provide all you need. Another reason is that at … Continue reading