The Portal for ArcGIS Security 2018 Update 1 Patch has been released for Portal for ArcGIS 10.5.1. Patches for Portal for ArcGIS 10.4.1 and 10.3.1 will be released on this same page as they are available.
Security patches are released for the last minor release in a series of ArcGIS products that are still in mainstream support.
Portal for ArcGIS Security 2018 Update 1 Patch
On my flight, out to San Antonio for DistribuTECH, I was certain that I would be discussing 3-d, virtual reality, and augmented reality. Those are good topics and worthy of discussion. But I found that the key question we faced … Continue reading
The ArcGIS Pro User Experience Team invites you to participate in a moderated Usability evaluation targeting one of four (4) specific areas: ArcGIS Pro Data Management (Fields, Domains, Subtypes, and Versioning), Licenses & License Management, ArcGIS Pro SDK, and developing for Accessibility. Continue reading
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Explorer for ArcGIS has a new release for iOS that brings back an old friend, makes it easier to find shared maps, and squashes bugs.
You can use 3D object and integrated mesh scene layers based on the OGC® I3S Community Standard to create compelling visualizations directly in your browser. We are using various techniques to make the user experience as smooth as possible on … Continue reading
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PowerPoint is the standard when it comes to presentations. PowerPoint slides can also be useful additions to your Story Map, providing an introduction, additional context, interesting graphics, and more. One use case is when making a presentation that requires you to … Continue reading
The ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World has a new set of maps that make US Census data really shine (pun intended). Using the new Firefly Cartography style, these maps highlight distinct patterns about how the population and households are … Continue reading
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Tagged ACS, American Community Survey, ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World, ArcGIS Online, cartography, Census, Census Bureau, firefly, Living Atlas, smart mapping, US Census
Some layers in your web map may be dynamic, meaning they are being updated at regular intervals. For example, a GeoRSS feed, earth observations from the Living Atlas, or a feature service being updated by workers performing edits while in … Continue reading
So I was making a series of maps to use in a bonkers new Story Map to continue my (apparently) annual contribution to the Geopolitical Curiosities serial (pt 1 | pt 2) and, as often happens to me, I fell down a … Continue reading
Insights for ArcGIS 2.2.1 is now available with ArcGIS Enterprise 10.5.1 and 10.6. An update has also been released for the ArcGIS Online version of Insights, including quality improvements and fixes. The ArcGIS Enterprise release includes new features and enhancements in … Continue reading