Tag: Application Builder
It’s one of my favorite times of the year. No, not Spring Training baseball (well, that IS one of my favorites); it’s DevSummit time! It will be happening in less than one week in Palm Springs. There are a lot … Continue reading
Early season’s greetings!! We’ve added several new enhancements to this holiday release of Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS. Many were highly requested by the user community.
Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS has several minor, but important updates in the ArcGIS Online Sept 2017 release. The usability of several widgets have been greatly enhanced.
Great news!! With the release of ArcGIS Enterprise 10.5.1, Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS embedded within the Portal for ArcGIS component now supports custom widgets. This means that you can now leverage custom widgets within the Web AppBuilder builder environment. Portal … Continue reading
Checkout our new product logo? Pretty snazzy eh? The new icon reflects the idea of a moving gear
AppStudio: Answers to Top 10 Dev Summit Questions The Esri Developer Summit is a great opportunity for us on Esri software teams to engage with the Esri developer community, last month’s conference was no exception. The AppStudio team would like … Continue reading
The source code is available for the ArcGIS Viewer for Flex Application Builder on GitHub. In this post, we will cover the benefits of having access to both the Viewer and Application Builder source code. In a previous post, we covered how to get the source … Continue reading
The ArcGIS Viewer for Flex 2.5 release is significant because it includes a new application builder component which offers a new experience for configuring the Viewer, enabling novice users to easily configure and deploy a new web mapping application without programming or configuration file editing. It has been designed to be user friendly and makes the process of creating and deploying a new Flex-based web application very easy. In the application builder, you specify the data content, functionality, and look and feel of the web app, then deploy it.
It is also compatible with Web maps on ArcGIS.com.