Category: App Developers
Today we are excited to announce the launch of Esri’s Geotrigger Service, a new product that helps developers add real-time location-based messaging and intelligence to iPhone and Android applications.
We’d been looking for just the right keynote speaker to inspire the crowd at the Esri International DevSummit, and we’re pleased to announce that… *drum roll, please* Chris Wanstrath, the CEO and co-founder of GitHub, will be speaking to all … Continue reading
Over the past few years, ArcGIS Online has become a giant hub for people to share everything “geo”. This includes items such as maps, packages, data, services, csv files, and more recently, documents.
You may have heard plans for a 10.2.1 release of the ArcGIS Runtime SDKs. Well, release dates for pieces of the ArcGIS platform have shifted a bit, so the next Runtime SDK release will be version 10.2.2. This shift allows … Continue reading
ArcGIS Android Runtime SDK offers a custom plugin for the Eclipse IDE which is integrated with the download SDK and provided as a public URL updatesite for direct integration within your Eclipse IDE environment. We recently rolled out an updated URL for our public Eclipse updatesite offered below:
Everyone knows that consumer devices are now in the hands of everyone from toddlers to your grandparents, and your information when designed for mobile, can reach more individuals than ever before. You may know that you need a mobile strategy, … Continue reading
Las Vegas is obviously no stranger to gambling, but the first weekend in January more than usual flocked for a proverbial roll of the dice.
At the 2014 AT&T Developer Summit Hackathon, we watched over 600 cutting edge developers descend on the Palms Hotel and leverage location in their apps alongside smart watches, beacons, headsets, intelligent fabric and more. As always in Las Vegas, the stakes were high!
We would like to thank all of the devs, designers and geo enthusiasts who came out this weekend to participate in the first ever Esri MapCamp in Portland. This was a jam-packed weekend of geo presentations, data sharing, API exploration, learning, collaborating, hacking and making friends. See all the photos here.
The mission was simple: Solve the biggest problem you can think of for downtown Portland… and learn, collaborate and make as many friends as possible along the way!