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What’s New in Configurable Apps (June 2017)

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The June 2017 release of ArcGIS Online impacts the configurable apps with new features, new apps, updates, bug fixes, and enhancements.  Several apps have gotten new features and the configuration panels have undergone updates.  With this release we also include … Continue reading

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Mastering the Space Time Continuum: Considerations for Publishing Date Fields to the Web

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Have you ever published data with date/time fields as map services or feature services? After they were published and added to a web map and app, did the date and/or time display incorrectly? Did you spend a few hours trying … Continue reading

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Best Practices for Creating Bilingual Apps

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Offering your web app in multiple languages can increase your audience and the overall impact of the information. In this blog, we will show two examples of configuring apps to support a bilingual audience. Example 1: Configuring two apps In … Continue reading

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Protecting Your Published Story Maps

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When you share and promote a story map with the public you want to make sure it stays up and running as long as you intend it to be available. But accidents happen, there’s always a small possibility that you, … Continue reading

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Shared Theme Gallery Examples

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Shared Theme was introduced in the March release of ArcGIS Online.  It is an administrative setting that allows organizations to easily apply a consistent theme to configurable web applications. If you missed all the details about Shared Theme, take a … Continue reading

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Best Practices for using Tile Layers as Operational Layers

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Complex global geometries can sometimes be slow to draw in web apps, especially if the data includes multiple countries with islands, long coastlines, and jagged boundaries. Make tile layers your operational layer type of choice to optimize drawing performance of complex geometries at small … Continue reading

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Table to App – Part 2: Configure the App (Geo List)

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Have you ever found a table of data with some basic spatial fields like ZIP Codes or states and thought, this would be really interesting data to map? After assigning geospatial locations, have you wondered about the best way to … Continue reading

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Table to App – Part 1: Create Data

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Have you ever found a table of data with some basic spatial fields like ZIP Codes or states and thought, this would be really interesting data to map? After assigning geospatial locations, have you wondered about the best way to … Continue reading

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Styler: A new configurable app template for creating 2D and 3D map apps

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Design, style, and share Creating and sharing great looking mapping apps just got easier! Just in time for the Developer Summit, there’s a new app template in town called Styler. If you look in the ArcGIS configurable apps gallery you’ll find one for … Continue reading

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What’s New in Configurable Apps (March 2017)

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The March 2017 release for ArcGIS Online is a significant release providing updates and new functionality in many areas.  For configurable apps, this release is strongly focused on bug fixes and stabilization, but we also want to highlight a few … Continue reading

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