Category: App Developers
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
The 10.2.7 release of ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET is now available to download from the ArcGIS for Developers web site and to reference via NuGet. This release includes enhancements to 3D mapping that provide a better scene interaction experience for the user, more efficient tile and surface rendering, and improved label display. New network analysis tasks have been added for determining service areas and closest facilities along a network, and several improvements have been made to KML layers. A set of quality and performance enhancements across the SDK have also been included. You can read the full list of enhancement details, issues addressed, and known limitations in the release notes.
This release includes support for developing with Visual Studio 2015 and deploying Windows Desktop (WPF) apps on Windows 10. It does not support use in a Windows 8.1 Store app deployed on Windows 10 or in a Windows 10 Universal (UWP) app. Full support for UWP apps on Windows 10 will be provided in the next major release (Quartz) of the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET.
We expect DevSummit 2016 to be the biggest best one yet. The ArcGIS platform and its tools and capabilities for developers are larger and more powerful than ever before. DevSummit is a great time for product developers and engineers at … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce the release of Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS Developer Edition v2.0 Beta. You can now bring 3D into your own web apps! Get it from the Esri Early Adopter Community Web Site.
When you set out to create a Story Map a key decision will be – what Story Map app should I use? Most often the choice is obvious, but sometimes not. There are a number of ways to figure out … Continue reading
As a developer during this joyous and reflective time of the season, you’re probably looking to up your game in the upcoming year. If you’re like me, you’re probably looking to be even more productive for your organization, bringing more innovation and efficiency, while at the same time sharpening and growing your programming skills. Continue reading