Tag: Qt SDK
We’re pleased to announce that version 2.1 of AppStudio for ArcGIS is now available. This release includes new features and productivity tools to help you quickly create beautiful apps to share to the public or deploy throughout an organization. You can … Continue reading
Esri is headed to the Qt World Summit, hosted by The Qt Company in Berlin, Germany October 10-12, 2017. This three-day conference is the global event for all things Qt. It is an opportunity for developers to take advantage of … 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
Patch 2 updates the SDK API libpng dependency to address security vulnerabilities. This update allows Android apps that are published to the Google Play store to be updated and any new published apps to comply with Google Play’s Malicious Behavior policy. You can read more about this vulnerability in CVE-2015-8540.
Patch 2 will also include all the changes provided in Patch 1 that was released in June 2016.
Look for the release of Patch 2 for ArcGIS Runtime SDK 10.2.6 for Qt within the next few weeks.
Introduction A few weeks ago, Esri released Quartz beta’s for all of the ArcGIS Runtime SDKs. If you are an ArcGIS Runtime SDK developer, we hope you have had some time to dive in and investigate the new Quartz features … 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’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
Python is a highly efficient and intuitive language that is pervasive throughout the ArcGIS Platform, as well as the larger scientific community. I personally love writing Python code because you can build sophisticated scripts that accomplish a wide array of … Continue reading
The App Challenge Esri recently wrapped up the The Esri Human Health and Climate Change App Challenge. This was an awesome opportunity for geo developers everywhere to come up with solutions that utilize Esri technology to help health and human … Continue reading