What’s Coming in the Business Analyst Web and Mobile Apps

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The next update of the Business Analyst (BA) Web and Mobile apps is planned for the end of June. This update will include Esri’s 2017/2022 projections and estimates for the U.S., a major update for the BA Mobile App, and … Continue reading

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Learning more about the World Imagery basemap

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The World Imagery and Imagery with Labels basemaps contain satellite imagery for the world, with high-resolution aerial imagery added for many areas. These basemaps are part of the default basemap gallery, and are among the many basemaps you can choose … Continue reading

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Insights for Water Utilities – Data Discovery and Exploration

Insights for ArcGIS is a new web-based application that helps you integrate spatial intelligence with your organization’s data.  Whether it is looking at adoption of rebate programs or analyzing your main breaks, insights allows you to answer questions quickly and present those answers in a clear and concise manner.  Continue reading

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Lightning Talks to Strike at UC Again!

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Every year we get users who are looking for opportunities to show off some of the work they’ve done over the past year. Nothing ends up being a better way to do so than with Lightning Talks at UC! Lightning … Continue reading

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Vector Basemaps Available in GCS WGS84 (Beta)

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For several years now, most world basemaps delivered on the web (including those from Esri) have been delivered in the Web Mercator coordinate system.  To be precise, the Esri basemaps are delivered in the WGS84 Web Mercator (Auxiliary Sphere) coordinate … Continue reading

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Creating a predominance visualization with Arcade

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At the March 2017 Esri Developer Summit, Dave Bayer and I gave a presentation on how to use Arcade expressions in web apps built on the ArcGIS platform. In that presentation I demonstrated a succinct way to create a predominance … Continue reading

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NAIP 2016 Image Layer is Now Available

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Did you know that Esri hosts a set of image layers with recent 1m (or better) resolution, multispectral imagery for the continental United States?  The Living Atlas includes a set of NAIP image layers hosted by Esri and these layers … Continue reading

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Web map zoom levels updated

By Aileen Buckley, Research Cartographer

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Quite some time ago, I wrote a blog post about the zoom levels used for web maps. Since these have been expanded to include even larger scales, I am updating them here. There are now 23 levels that range from a global scale (zoom level 1 at about 1:591,000,000) to a local scale (zoom level 23 at about 1:70). Continue reading

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Using Kotlin Android Extensions with ArcGIS Android

Google just recently announced official support for Kotlin in Android so we can now take advantage of techniques to enhance the development experience with ArcGIS Android.  One way we can do this is through the use of Kotlin Android Extensions.

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In Android Java, once you provide resources in your app, e.g. a MapView, you can apply it by referencing its resource ID which are defined in your projects R class that is automatically generated.  You can access resources in code by passing a resource ID as a method parameter.  For example, you can access a MapView using findViewById:

MapView mapView = (MapView) findViewById(R.id.mapView);

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Shared Theme Gallery Examples

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Shared Theme was introduced in the March release of ArcGIS Online.  It is an administrative setting that allows organizations to easily apply a consistent theme to configurable web applications. If you missed all the details about Shared Theme, take a … Continue reading

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