Tag: ArcGIS Pro
By Kenneth Field, Senior Cartographic Product Engineer The latest release of ArcGIS Online included a major new update that brought 3D scenes to your browser. This extends the capabilities for visualization of ArcGIS Online content by giving you the option … Continue reading
If you are experiencing recent problems with signing in and authorizing ArcGIS Pro, it is likely that your organization was still using beta license entitlements. These beta licenses expired on November 17, 2014. Continue reading
Note: This is a Portuguese translation of a post that was previously posted in English. Um dos principais benefícios do redesenho de um pacote de software a partir do zero é que permite refletir sobre algumas das limitações das versões anteriores e … Continue reading
Note: This is a Spanish translation of a post that was previously posted in English. Uno de los principales beneficios del rediseño de un paquete de software desde cero es que usted puede reflexionar sobre algunas de las limitaciones de … Continue reading
By Kenneth Field, Senior Cartographic Product Engineer
One of the main benefits of redesigning a software package from the ground up is you can reflect on some of the limitations of what went before and deal with them head on. Most people who have a long history with ArcMap have at one time or another wanted to apply a little transparency to their symbols and have been frustrated to find the options limited (I’m one of these people!). This is something of which we’ve been acutely aware as we began the process of designing and building ArcGIS Pro. The completely redesigned graphics engine in ArcGIS Pro supports a rich array of possibilities for improved control over your graphics which has major benefits for your mapping. Let’s take a quick look at how modifying transparency for your map layers and symbols can begin to extend your cartographic possibilities.
By Kenneth “there’s a u in colour” Field, Senior Cartographic Product Engineer
ArcGIS Pro offers a rich new experience for making maps. Over the next few weeks we’ll be sharing many of the new and exciting features that will help you better design and share beautiful maps. Today we’ll look at how we’ve rebuilt the color palettes to provide better default options and an improved selection of color choices.
An update to Esri’s LAS Optimizer is now available. LAS Optimizer 1.2 enhancements include:
- Support for LAS 1.4, all point record formats.
- Output zLAS files are backward compatible when LAS 1.3 or earlier payload is used.
- Retain original time stamp upon decompression if LAS file not altered in any way.
- Command line switch to verify integrity of zLAS files.
- Option to stop process when encountering error with a file.
- Drag and drop files/folders into application dialog from Windows Explorer.
- Does not overwrite log file.
The new version can be found here: http://bit.ly/19bCrMq
ArcGIS Pro now has a brand new experience for getting comprehensive documentation within the app. By default, Pro opens your default browser to pro.arcgis.com giving you access to the most up-to-date collection of ArcGIS Pro help documentation while keeping your download and install size small. Continue reading
The beta 5 release of ArcGIS Pro is now available. You can download it from the ArcGIS Pro website or check for updates within ArcGIS Pro. This release has some important changes to the way you authorize your software license. … Continue reading
ArcGIS Pro with NVIDIA K1 in XenDesktop This article continues the discussion on using ArcGIS Pro in virtualized environments, focusing on how a shareable GPU enhances the ArcGIS Pro user experience and the configurations used to deliver that user experience. … Continue reading