From Shane Matthews, Esri Cartographic Specialist The ArcGIS Platform brings together maps, apps, data, and people to make smarter decisions and enable innovation in your organization and community. ArcGIS includes a Living Atlas of the World with beautiful and authoritative … Continue reading
The updates were minor bug fix releases but there are a couple of new features worth noting:
- Both Collector and Explorer now support Thai as a new language.
- Explorer added support for viewing public maps shared to ArcGIS.com without having to sign in as a named user of an ArcGIS Online organization.
You’ve spoken, and we heard you. For several months, the Esri water community has asked for a monthly collaboration and meeting. A modern place for water, wastewater, and stormwater ArcGIS users to gather and exchange ideas.
You’re invited to join the Water Utilities Meetup. Continue reading
On the morning of Saturday, March 22, 2014, a major landslide occurred near the city of Oso, Washington, instantly devastating the Steelhead community in its path and drastically altering the landscape. Esri’s Disaster Response Team quickly published a set of … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again!
Esri’s Team Water/Wastewater Meeting – July 12th, 8:00am – 5:00pm
Esri’s Team Water Resources (Hydro) Meeting – July 13th, 8:00 – 5:00pm
These meetings are open to all who are interested in GIS and want to learn more about how Esri’s ArcGIS Platform is being used to support Water.
Don’t miss out on presentations by industry professionals, Esri partners and Esri staff. Attend both meetings or choose your favorite!
Registration is now open.
If you have questions about these meetings please don’t hesitate to contact me. See you in San Diego!
Christa Campbell – email@example.com
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
Esri is pleased to announce the 10.2.3 release of the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Qt. It is live and ready for download from our developers site.
10.2.3 is a very significant release for Qt/C++ developers, and it builds on the 10.2 release (November 2013) in a number of ways:
- 10.2.3 completes the APIs for offline map use, which are now production-ready and formally released.
- 10.2.3 completes the streamlining of the development and deployment licensing model
- Additional geoprocessing tools have been added to the local server
…and more. Please check out the release notes for more detailed information about what’s new in 10.2.3.
ArcGIS Solutions, which include Local Government, Utilities, Intelligence, and Military, to name a few, now have a GitHub Repo dedicated to symbols used in our templates. The first symbol set in the repo is the SIGACT symbols used in the … Continue reading
Have you heard about the OGC GeoPackage specification (http://www.opengeospatial.org/standards/geopackage)? It is a newly minted OGC spec that defines GeoPackages for exchange and GeoPackage SQLite Extensions for direct use of vector geospatial features and/or tile matrix sets. Esri has actively participated in the spec activity from the very beginning. To this end, we were one of the very early adopters of the specification ( early support even before the spec was approved by OGC membership). Continue reading