Tag: ArcGIS Server
The fall 2012 release of ArcGIS for Local Government is now available for download. Highlights include:
- The first release of the Executive Dashboard – A HTML 5 application used by local government leaders to proactively view critical metrics, identify trends, raise questions, and devise new management strategies.
- A new version of My Government Services - A HTML 5 application that helps residents locate a government facility and obtain information about curbside and drop-off services provided by a government agency.
- ArcGIS 10.1 releases of Water Utility Mobile Map, Public Safety COP and Tax Parcel Viewer.
- Support for ArcGIS 10.1 SP1
- Dramatic improvements to the Online Help system.
More information on this release can be found in the What’s New section of the help and in the release notes for each map and app.
Microsoft has recently released Windows 8 and we have just released ArcGIS 10.1 Service Pack 1. I’m pleased to announce that Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 are now supported operating systems for ArcGIS 10.1 SP1.
Building a cache of tiled map images can be a great way to speed up your map services, especially detailed basemaps that give your application a geographic context. If you’ve attempted to build a map cache before, you’re probably aware … Continue reading
As we get closer to the ArcGIS for Local Government fall release, we wanted to take a minute to share with you our plans for the next release. But before we do that, its been awhile since we last “spoke” … Continue reading
Although ArcGIS Server has been supported in the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) for several years, it gets a lot easier to build an ArcGIS Server site in the Amazon cloud at 10.1. This is thanks to a new application … Continue reading
This seminar will provide an introduction to ArcGIS for Local Government solution, as well as a set of maps and apps for local government users. In this seminar, you will learn how to use the maps and apps to meet specific business needs in your organization. It will emphasize implementation best practices and describe how you can participate in this user community. Continue reading
Smartphone and tablet usage is quickly usurping the desktop. Targeting the dizzying array of browsers, screen sizes and devices in a market experiencing hardware fragmentation is one of the challenges developers encounter. Although responsive web design does not offer a … Continue reading
Make ArcGIS better by reporting software errors and joining the Esri User Experience Improvement Program
You are trying to finish up a project with a deadline, haven’t saved your edits all day, and then, poof, ArcMap closes unexpectedly. Esri strives to produce stable, quality software, but occasionally bad things happen and you see: “ArcGIS has … Continue reading