Tag: ArcGIS Runtime
The brand new version of ArcGIS Runtime is finally here, and it comes with a host of really cool new features. For example, 3D scenes, vector tiles, and native reading and rendering of raster datasets can all be utilized in … Continue reading
We’re pleased to announce that version 1.3 of AppStudio for ArcGIS is now available. You can get the new version of AppStudio by logging into http://appstudio.arcgis.com or downloading AppStudio Desktop and Player from the download page. This release includes new support for Android … Continue reading
We’re pleased to announce that version 1.2 of AppStudio for ArcGIS is now available. You can get the new version of AppStudio by logging into http://appstudio.arcgis.com or downloading AppStudio Desktop or Player from the download page. This release includes new … 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
Qt developers can download the patch from the Esri Support site today.
This patch addresses stability and security issues with ArcGIS Runtime SDK 10.2.6.
We are excited to announce the Quartz Tech Preview of ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Xamarin! This SDK enables .NET developers to build immersive, native mapping applications for Android and iOS devices using C#. It includes three APIs: Xamarin.Android and Xamarin.iOS for apps that need access to native functionality, and Xamarin.Forms to create shared UI layouts across Android and iOS. All are built on the same ArcGIS Runtime .NET API so they share a common design which encourages sharing code across application platforms.
Here is what you can expect to do in the Quartz Tech Preview of ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Xamarin:
- Open, edit, and author web maps from ArcGIS Online and Portal for ArcGIS
- Open ArcGIS mobile map packages containing maps, layers, locators, and networks
- Display layers that use ArcGIS services (tiled and dynamic map image layers, vector tiled layers, feature layers)
- Edit feature layers online and offline using geodatabase feature tables and the geodatabase sync task
- Work with anonymous and secured portals
The Tech Preview is open to the public. To learn how to get started, go to the ArcGIS for Developers web site and join the Tech Preview.
Earlier this week, The Qt Company announced their latest SDK offering, the release of Qt 5.6. This release is significant in a number of ways, and introduces some exciting new features for Qt users and developers. The current release of ArcGIS … Continue reading
The 10.2.7 release of ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET is now available to download from the ArcGIS for Developers web site and to reference via NuGet. This release includes enhancements to 3D mapping that provide a better scene interaction experience for the user, more efficient tile and surface rendering, and improved label display. New network analysis tasks have been added for determining service areas and closest facilities along a network, and several improvements have been made to KML layers. A set of quality and performance enhancements across the SDK have also been included. You can read the full list of enhancement details, issues addressed, and known limitations in the release notes.
This release includes support for developing with Visual Studio 2015 and deploying Windows Desktop (WPF) apps on Windows 10. It does not support use in a Windows 8.1 Store app deployed on Windows 10 or in a Windows 10 Universal (UWP) app. Full support for UWP apps on Windows 10 will be provided in the next major release (Quartz) of the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET.
We are pleased to announce that AppStudio for ArcGIS v1.0 is final. Thank you to all the beta testers who provided valuable feedback and helped the team make a great product. Let’s go over a few of the key points … Continue reading
Python is a highly efficient and intuitive language that is pervasive throughout the ArcGIS Platform, as well as the larger scientific community. I personally love writing Python code because you can build sophisticated scripts that accomplish a wide array of … Continue reading