Category: App Developers
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.
With the recent release of ArcGIS Pro 1.4, we’ve posted a number of updates on some of the latest Pro SDK for .NET capabilities, including a What’s New overview, and spotlights on configurations and also light/dark theme UI styling for … Continue reading
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
Due to increased demand for access and stability, the Esri Hydro Reference Overlay is now served as a hosted tile layer on ArcGIS Online. The original webmap and layer will remain in place until September 2017. At that time, the … Continue reading
For 12 years now, Esri DevSummit continues to be the globally premier conference for geospatial developers, and next week, for the 5th year in a row, we’re hosting a DevSummit in Washington DC. Year after year, this event continues to … Continue reading
The Runtime SDK group is excited to announce Example Applications! We want to show you the power of ArcGIS and the Runtime SDKs by building cool and useful open applications. Example Applications are open source applications built with the Runtime SDK that address real world geospatial needs based on use cases we’ve collected from internal and external stakeholders. These applications fill the gap between our SDK samples and Esri-supported production applications (e.g. Collector, Navigator, Survey 123). Each example application comes with documentation on how it connects to the larger ArcGIS platform via the SDK, from preparing and styling your maps and data with ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS Pro to consuming them in the app itself. Continue reading
The Qt Company’s Qt SDK offers a GeoServices location API, the QtLocation API, that helps developers create viable mapping solutions using location services from leading map data providers. Starting with the recent release of Qt 5.8, Esri became a full-fledged GeoServices provider as well, announcing their contribution at last year’s QtCon 2016 in Berlin, Germany. The QtLocation API allows you to display and interact with tiled basemaps, find places and addresses, and perform point to point routing.