It’s time for User Conference 2017! If you’re looking to learn more about the extensive ArcGIS Pro customization opportunities available with the ArcGIS Pro SDK for .NET, then plan to attend the sessions listed below. Also plan to swing by the ArcGIS … Continue reading
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.
1. Pre-conference Seminars For many, the UC starts on Saturday. There are several of these hands-on workshops to choose from that are of interest to developers. Some are one-day, Saturday or Sunday, and some of them are for both days. … Continue reading
Jupyter Notebook is a powerful tool that allows Python users to create and share documents containing live code, visualizations, explanatory text, and equations.
The Esri User Conference (Esri UC), July 10-14, 2017 in San Diego, California is the biggest GIS event globally. It attracts 16,000+ GIS users, managers and developers and includes 1000+ moderated sessions, 450+ hours of training, and 300+ innovative software … Continue reading
ArcGIS Pro 2.0 will soon be released with updates to the ArcGIS Pro SDK. The upcoming Pro SDK release will include: API enhancements for Raster, Geodatabase, Mapping, Geometry, Content Management, and Editing API breaking changes — please consult the migration documentation … Continue reading
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
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
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.
Accessing View Resources
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);