Category: ArcGIS Online
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
If you want to share your map with others, using configurable apps is easy, and preferable to sharing using the map viewer. But if you need to share a map quickly, you don’t have to take the extra steps to … Continue reading
Story Maps let you combine authoritative maps with text, images, and multimedia content, and make it easy to harness the power of maps and geography to tell your story. Story Maps can be used for a wide variety of purposes; … Continue reading
By default, all story maps include an Esri logo, with a link to the Esri website, located somewhere in the header or opening section. Also by default the text string “A story map” is included in the header, with a … Continue reading
The Nature Conservancy recently contributed 76 feature services to the Living Atlas of the World. Check out the story map to learn more: http://esriurl.com/TheNatureConservancyStoryMap.
Cascade is a new scrollytelling app from Esri’s Story Maps team. Story telling is an inherently intertwined aspect of cartography. Cascade lets you focus on the narrative of your story, enabling maps to be more than lonely overburdened information graphics … Continue reading
Check out Earth Observation Services updated in the Living Atlas Earth Observation image and map services have been updated in the Living Atlas of the World. This includes data from NASA’s Global Land Data Assimilation System (GLDAS) and NOAA’s National … Continue reading