Tag: custom apps
AppStudio: Answers to Top 10 Dev Summit Questions The Esri Developer Summit is a great opportunity for us on Esri software teams to engage with the Esri developer community, last month’s conference was no exception. The AppStudio team would like … 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
We’re pleased to announce that version 1.1 of AppStudio for ArcGIS is now available. You can get the new version of AppStudio by logging into http://appstudio.arcgis.com or downloading the AppStudio Desktop Edition from the download page. This release includes new … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce AppStudio for ArcGIS Beta 4. With AppStudio for ArcGIS you will be able to build native mapping apps that run across multiple platforms (iOS, Android, Windows, Linux and Mac).
AppStudio for ArcGIS (Beta 3) is now publicly available, directly from the product site. Application to join the esri early adopter community is no longer required. Go to http://appstudio.arcgis.com to and sign in with a Named User account to download AppStudio … Continue reading
Do you want to know how people have successfully deployed mobile apps to their workforce? Do you want to meet and learn from others who are facing the same mobile technology challenges as you? The Esri Apps Team invites User … Continue reading
Just a bit short of 2000 beta users, the AppStudio for ArcGIS beta program is full of great ideas and suggestions. It is amazing to see the number of different apps built so far! You have helped guide our efforts and today we are pleased to announce the availability of AppStudio for ArcGIS Beta 2. Continue reading
With the latest update ArcGIS Online added several new configurable templates to the map viewer’s application template gallery. Even more interesting, you also now have the ability to publish your maps in these configurable templates directly from ArcGIS Online. Let’s take a closer look how.
We’ve signed in to our ArcGIS Online account, and opened a soils map from the ArcGIS Online Gallery. You can use any map that is publicly shared or that you have authored. Below we’ve opened the soils map from the gallery in the ArcGIS.com map viewer:
Here’s a another way of leveraging ArcGIS Online content – using ArcGIS Mapping for SharePoint.
ArcGIS Mapping for SharePoint uses the SharePoint framework to offer interactive, configurable mapping components that can provide a map view of your organization’s data, including any ArcGIS Online map. While there are several main components included with ArcGIS Mapping for SharePoint, we’ll take a quick look at the ArcGIS Map Web Part.
We’ll start with the ArcGIS.com viewer and author a map that we want to use in SharePoint. The map shown below uses the World Topographic basemap and adds Washington D.C. parcels, zoning, and historic areas and locations from shared content discovered and added from ArcGIS Online.
Below is the ArcGIS SharePoint Web map part, with the world imagery basemap. Note that you can choose from any of the ArcGIS Online basemaps
The part has many components that you’re already familiar with, like the basemap gallery (shown below), contents, and more. Many of those look like their ArcGIS Explorer Online counterparts, since both are based on a shared Silverlight platform and components.
To open our Washington D.C. map in SharePoint, we opened the Map Center which allows us search for publicly shared ArcGIS Online maps and layers.
You can also sign in to your ArcGIS Online account to find maps that are not shared publicly, but are private to your account or shared only in groups that you are a member of.
Below we’ve chosen My Maps to find and open our recently saved Washington D.C. map. Note that the user experience here is very similar to that of ArcGIS Explorer Online.
If you’d rather use SharePoint with a specific map, without needing to browse for the one you want, you can set the Web map part to open any map automatically by editing the Web part, and then following the same steps above.
Here’s our Washington D.C. map in SharePoint – yet another great way to leverage ArcGIS Online into your enterprise workflows and assets.
For more information and samples visit the ArcGIS Mapping for SharePoint resource center.