Monthly Archives: January 2017
We released a minor update to the Workforce for ArcGIS web app inside of ArcGIS Online today. It includes a few focused enhancements that improve the way that you dispatch assignments to mobile workers. Here are a few highlights worth … Continue reading
The latest updates to the Esri Vector Basemaps were released late last week. We previously blogged about these maps’ transition from their beta release last spring through their release as production maps just last month. Topographic & Street Map styles with … Continue reading
Geotagged photos contain the stored location of where the photo was taken in the image Exif data (metadata). There’s lots of ways to geotag photos; you can capture the location when you take the picture using GPS-enabled cameras, can use … Continue reading
One of the cool new features in ArcGIS Pro 1.4 is the ability to view the Pro UI in the new dark theme, which also provides high contrast mode support. This post will introduce you to some of the high-level … Continue reading
Story Map Tour is among the most popular story maps, ideal when you want to present a linear, place-based narrative featuring images or videos. Each “story point” in the narrative is geo-located. Viewers have the option of clicking sequentially through … Continue reading
The United States Geological Survey (USGS)’s Protected Areas Database of the United States (PAD-US) has been updated.
We recently patched a Cross-Site-Scripting (XSS) vulnerability within Geoportal Server and posted the patch to GitHub. Current 1.2.7 installations should just apply the patch, whereas installations before 1.2.7 will need to upgrade to 1.2.7 and then apply this patch. The … Continue reading
Maintenance Patch 1 for Esri Maps for MicroStrategy 3.0 released, now supports MicroStrategy Web/Mobile 10.6
This blog post was contributed by Emily Windahl, a Technical Editor on the Imagery Workflows Team.