This blog post was contributed by Craig Cleveland, a Solution Engineer on the National Government Team in the Esri Washington, DC office.
The Esri Startup Program is back from the annual 2017 Esri Partner Conference (EPC) and Developer Summit (DevSummit) in Palm Springs, California. These are two events held at the same location that overlap by one day. It’s one of the … Continue reading
The 2017 Esri Developer Summit is here! This post is an update on ArcGIS Pro SDK offerings this year at Dev Summit. The Desktop SDK Team has once again put together a comprehensive line-up of technical workshops to help you get … Continue reading
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
We’re pleased to announce that version 1.4 of AppStudio for ArcGIS is now available. You can get the new version of AppStudio by logging into http://appstudio.arcgis.com or downloading AppStudio Desktop and Player from the download page. This release includes enhanced and expanded framework … Continue reading
You’re probably scrambling at this very moment. You’re trying to align and make sense of your schedule for next week’s Developer Summit in Palm Springs. You’ve got meetings, you’re worried they’ll run over. You want to find someone at the … Continue reading
The ArcGIS Developer Program has arrived! It’s a new, improved developer experience designed to be simple and flexible while giving you access to the software and tools you need when developing your solutions. As part of the ArcGIS Developer Program, we have … Continue reading
While we’re putting the finishing touches on a software release this week, the Story Maps Team is also preparing to see many of you in Palm Springs next week at the 2017 Esri Partner Conference and Developer Summit. We have … Continue reading
A short while ago we released the next generation of ArcGIS Runtime SDKs for iOS, macOS, Android, Java, Qt and .Net. It is the first time we were able to release all the SDKs at the same time and with the same set of functionality. This was possible because the Runtime SDKs were rebuilt from the ground up using a completely new architecture and introduce a number of new concepts, patterns, and capabilities that are common to all the SDKs. We’re very excited for you to try out this latest version (v100.0) and you can read more about its new and notable features in the Release Notes. In this post we will outline how you can migrate your existing iOS apps to the latest version of ArcGIS Runtime.