Tag: ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Java
We are pleased to announce that ArcGIS Runtime 100.1, also known as “Update 1″, is now live! Don’t let the version number mislead you, this is a very exciting and significant release. In November 2016 we first launched version 100.0 as … Continue reading
You’re probably scrambling at this very moment. You’re trying to align and make sense of your schedule for next week’s Developer Summit in Palm Springs. You’ve got meetings, you’re worried they’ll run over. You want to find someone at the … Continue reading
ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Java 100.0.0 now supports downloading the SDK through dependency management. Most projects are not self-contained, instead they require dependent libraries to be compiled or tested. In the case of ArcGIS Java projects the requirement includes a Java Jar file, native libraries, and resources. Furthermore, our Java Jar file has dependencies on third party SDK’s, these are called transitive dependencies. Dependency management can greatly simplify maintaining multi-module dependency projects and the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Java now supports Gradle and Maven dependency management workflows. Continue reading
The ArcGIS for Developers team is proud to announce that the latest Quartz beta releases of the ArcGIS Runtime SDKs are now available! The evolution of ArcGIS technology has come a long way. If you are focused on creating native … Continue reading
ArcGIS Runtime 10.2.4 will start rolling out at the end of this month and will include some great new SDKs (.NET!), APIs, and developer workflows. But this release is a little different than previous ones. Playing fair—For the past few years, … Continue reading
I’m pleased to announce that the 10.2.3 release of ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Java is now available for download at our developers site.
We have lots of new features including the final version of our offline API released in Beta at 10.2. We also have a new licensing model for all Runtime SDKs which makes our SDK more accessible allowing developers to get their application to market much quicker. Continue reading