Looking to improve productivity before writing code? Use ArcGIS platform tools (Map Viewer and Scene Viewer) as a way to design maps and scenes interactively for your custom apps. For more on this, click here.
Design, style, and share Creating and sharing great looking mapping apps just got easier! Just in time for the Developer Summit, there’s a new app template in town called Styler. If you look in the ArcGIS configurable apps gallery you’ll find one for … Continue reading
Looking to stay on top of what’s going on in the dev community? Well, you might want to bookmark the new page that will live at developers.arcgis.com/community soon.
Thanks to everyone who participated in the 100 lines or less ArcGIS contest just before the Dev Summit. This year we added a little spin by giving extra points to the best responsive mapping app – apps that worked well on multiple screen sizes and devices. Once again we used GitHub’s Fork – Push – Pull workflow to accept submissions which were flowing in right until the final hour. As always there were a ton of super-awesome apps submitted, but in the end, there were only three winners. We demoed the apps live on stage just before Chris Wanstrath’s excellent GitHub keynote, but be sure to check them out yourself to see what you can do in 100 lines or less of ArcGIS JS!
Over the past few years, ArcGIS Online has become a giant hub for people to share everything “geo”. This includes items such as maps, packages, data, services, csv files, and more recently, documents.
Las Vegas is obviously no stranger to gambling, but the first weekend in January more than usual flocked for a proverbial roll of the dice.
At the 2014 AT&T Developer Summit Hackathon, we watched over 600 cutting edge developers descend on the Palms Hotel and leverage location in their apps alongside smart watches, beacons, headsets, intelligent fabric and more. As always in Las Vegas, the stakes were high!
We would like to thank all of the devs, designers and geo enthusiasts who came out this weekend to participate in the first ever Esri MapCamp in Portland. This was a jam-packed weekend of geo presentations, data sharing, API exploration, learning, collaborating, hacking and making friends. See all the photos here.
The mission was simple: Solve the biggest problem you can think of for downtown Portland… and learn, collaborate and make as many friends as possible along the way!
Last weekend Esri joined forces with Airbnb, the City of San Francisco’s Mayor’s Office of Innovation, and GAFFTA to put on the Discover SF Hackathon. This event brought together designers, developers, and entrepreneurs to hack the urban experience by promoting discovery and exploration for residents and tourists alike.
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