Monthly Archives: April 2017
Complex global geometries can sometimes be slow to draw in web apps, especially if the data includes multiple countries with islands, long coastlines, and jagged boundaries. Make tile layers your operational layer type of choice to optimize drawing performance of complex geometries at small … Continue reading
Workforce for ArcGIS is updating! Today we release updates to the mobile apps on the Apple App Store, Google Play and Amazon app store. On Monday May 1st at 5:00pm PST we will be updating the workforce.arcgis.com website. What’s New … Continue reading
Insights for ArcGIS 1.2.1 is built on top of Insights for ArcGIS 1.2 to address an issue of requests failing in some high availability ArcGIS Server deployments. Insights 1.2 included enhancements to database datasets and the relationship view that are … Continue reading
Visit this ArcGIS resource page to download an ArcGIS Pro project with all of the files and styles packaged up for a firefly basemap. Firefly? What in the world is firefly cartography? This story map will give you the lay … Continue reading
Impervious surface maps are used for important storm water management operations such as helping to identify Best Management Practices for removing pollution from storm water runoff, determining storm water utility fees on a parcel basis, or flood control and emergency … Continue reading
The Esri Storytelling with Maps Contest is open for entries. Here are some quick tips from the Esri Story Maps team for how to make the best impression with your story map, not just with the contest judges but, more … Continue reading
This checklist provides an easy guide for nominating your maps, apps, and data into the Living Atlas of the World. This places your content among the best of ArcGIS Online, making users more likely to choose your authoritative contributions.
ArcGIS Pro 2.0, the next release of Esri’s flagship 64-bit desktop GIS application, is only a few weeks away. ArcGIS Pro 2.0 continues Esri’s mission to provide new and user-requested functionality, the latest innovations for working with 2D and 3D … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce the availability of Survey123 version 2.0. This releases brings key new features and enhancements. The survey123.arcgis.com web site has been updated. Remember to clear your browser cache to avoid any gotchas. The build number for … Continue reading
Over the past several years we have been very busy building Apps for the Field across the mobile platforms that you use most.
Everyday workflows for asset data collection and inspection, capturing observations, and completing surveys can be realized using Collector for ArcGIS and Survey123 for ArcGIS on iOS and Android devices or using Windows 10 tablets and PCs. You can also complete Survey forms on Windows 7 laptops/tablets and Windows 10 phones. Continue reading