In the upcoming December 2016 Release of ArcGIS Online, two configurable application templates, Finder and Find, Edit, and Filter will move into the mature phase of the Product Lifecycle and will be removed from the default Configurable Apps Gallery. The Finder and Find, … Continue reading
Configurable Apps Announcement – Finder and Find, Edit, Filter Templates moving to Mature Support Phase
Quick announcement: Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS v2.2 Developer Edition is now available for download from the ArcGIS Developers site.
Using color in your web map pop-ups can add more meaning and context to the information presented within them, and make your pop-ups more appealing. Here’s an example from a past election map showing the voting results. The use of color … Continue reading
ArcGIS Maps for Power BI is a new, Esri-built mapping integration into Microsoft Power BI. Here are some of the most common questions we’ve heard since launching in September: 1. Can I sign in and access my data?
Story Maps are easy to author, but to craft a truly great one you’ll likely need to put in a little extra effort . Like playing a guitar, it’s easy to learn the F, C, G, and E chords and … Continue reading
Our team has been hard at work testing all of the wonderful new functionality that comes along with the 10.4.0 release of Collector for ArcGIS and we are really excited to announce that we are done! Today we have released … Continue reading
Contributions to ArcGIS Content Delivers Real-Time Data and Increases Government Efficiency “The make it once, use it many times model guarantees that our users have access to the most current data and it increases the efficiency among all levels of … Continue reading
On Wednesday October 4th 2016, we released our final beta update of Workforce for ArcGIS on the Android platform. Yes we are getting close to release. You can still join the beta program and get an early start on using … Continue reading
Want to win your next election? In a new Learn ArcGIS lesson, you will learn how GIS could help you outmaneuver your rivals on the political battlefield.
In Map Voter Data to Plan Your Campaign, you will assume the role of a campaign manager researching voters for an upcoming election that includes southern Howard County in the U.S. state of Maryland. You will start the lesson by creating a map and geocoding a spreadsheet with the addresses of your potential voters. You will then download a layer of Tapestry Segmentation, developed by Esri as a way to classify American neighborhoods into 67 unique market segments based on a variety of demographic and socioeconomic characteristics. By researching Tapestry, you will learn more about the lifestyles and living standards of your voters as well as gain insight into their values and the issues they care about. Inferences could range from housing costs and college expenses to smartphone taxes and charity giving. Continue reading