Tag: ArcGIS Runtime
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
A short while ago we released the next generation of ArcGIS Runtime SDKs for iOS, macOS, Android, Java, Qt and .Net. It is the first time we were able to release all the SDKs at the same time and with the same set of functionality. This was possible because the Runtime SDKs were rebuilt from the ground up using a completely new architecture and introduce a number of new concepts, patterns, and capabilities that are common to all the SDKs. We’re very excited for you to try out this latest version (v100.0) and you can read more about its new and notable features in the Release Notes. In this post we will outline how you can migrate your existing iOS apps to the latest version of ArcGIS Runtime.
The Runtime SDK group is excited to announce Example Applications! We want to show you the power of ArcGIS and the Runtime SDKs by building cool and useful open applications. Example Applications are open source applications built with the Runtime SDK that address real world geospatial needs based on use cases we’ve collected from internal and external stakeholders. These applications fill the gap between our SDK samples and Esri-supported production applications (e.g. Collector, Navigator, Survey 123). Each example application comes with documentation on how it connects to the larger ArcGIS platform via the SDK, from preparing and styling your maps and data with ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS Pro to consuming them in the app itself. Continue reading
Want to test drive the latest capabilities of ArcGIS Runtime but don’t have a developer setup ready to go? Ever wish you could see the technology in action before you roll up your sleeves and dive in? You’re in luck. … Continue reading
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.