Major enhancements to Esri Business Analyst Mobile include the following: Create analysis sites on your iOS or Android devices and share them with your organization Advanced options for creating Drive Time-based analysis sites Support for running custom Business Analyst reports … Continue reading
The Evolve conference hosted by Xamarin, is a premier cross-platform mobile event where 1,500 developers, industry leaders and Xamarin experts converge to define the future of apps. This year Esri is a silver sponsor for the event and will be participating in activities at Evolve16 in Orlando, Florida, April 24-28.
Esri will be showcasing opportunities for Xamarin developers, including leveraging ArcGIS technology that integrates seamlessly with the Xamarin platform.
Rex Hansen, ArcGIS Runtime product manager, and Rich Zwaap, lead software developer for the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Xamarin, will be giving a technical presentation on “Building Cross-Platform Mapping Apps with ArcGIS Runtime” for developers who need to build mapping apps for iOS, Android, and Windows. He’ll talk about what you need to get started, demonstrate how to add ArcGIS functionality to mobile apps, and touch on how you can share .NET code across iOS, Android and Windows platforms.
Through the Xamarin and Esri technology partnership, we are looking forward to showing the Xamarin developer community how they can integrate mapping and geospatial technology into the apps they create.
On March 31st, over 500 people tuned in hear Danielle Hopkins and Morgan Zhang present “Modernize Your Field Workflows Using Collector for ArcGIS”. Like all of our live training seminars, it was recorded, it’s free and available in the course … Continue reading
We are excited to announce the Quartz Tech Preview of ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Xamarin! This SDK enables .NET developers to build immersive, native mapping applications for Android and iOS devices using C#. It includes three APIs: Xamarin.Android and Xamarin.iOS for apps that need access to native functionality, and Xamarin.Forms to create shared UI layouts across Android and iOS. All are built on the same ArcGIS Runtime .NET API so they share a common design which encourages sharing code across application platforms.
Here is what you can expect to do in the Quartz Tech Preview of ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Xamarin:
- Open, edit, and author web maps from ArcGIS Online and Portal for ArcGIS
- Open ArcGIS mobile map packages containing maps, layers, locators, and networks
- Display layers that use ArcGIS services (tiled and dynamic map image layers, vector tiled layers, feature layers)
- Edit feature layers online and offline using geodatabase feature tables and the geodatabase sync task
- Work with anonymous and secured portals
The Tech Preview is open to the public. To learn how to get started, go to the ArcGIS for Developers web site and join the Tech Preview.
We are happy to announce the Quartz beta 2 release of the iOS and Android Runtime SDKs are available. This beta release brings support for many of the offline (local) capabilities you’ve been asking for. Here are a few highlights … Continue reading
Guest Blog Post, Submitted by Steven Ramage from what3words “Addressing just got easier” Jack Dangermond A radical new user friendly system based on 3 simple words makes geographical information accessible to a wider global audience with ArcGIS. The geospatial industry … Continue reading
With the help of our user community and partners, Esri is curating an immense and rapidly growing collection of ready-to-use maps, imagery, and geo-referenced data for the world. This online collection of authoritative content, together with the new Web GIS … Continue reading
We’re pleased to announce that version 1.1 of AppStudio for ArcGIS is now available. You can get the new version of AppStudio by logging into http://appstudio.arcgis.com or downloading the AppStudio Desktop Edition from the download page. This release includes new … Continue reading
Esri Partner, Mapillary, Raises $8 Million Series A to Democratize Maps by Connecting the World’s Photos
Technology has made the farthest corners of the planet more accessible than ever before. We can video call loved ones on the other side of the world; and we can view photos of foreign landmarks at the click of a … Continue reading
Transition of Live Feeds to ArcGIS Online and Retirement of Technical Marketing Services on December 31, 2016
Many of you have leveraged the set of live feeds provided by Esri from the Technical Marketing (i.e. http://tmservices1.esri.com) set of services over the years. Over the past year, many of these live feeds have been integrated into ArcGIS Online … Continue reading