By Aileen Buckley, Research Cartographer
Quite some time ago, I wrote a blog post about the zoom levels used for web maps. Since these have been expanded to include even larger scales, I am updating them here. There are now 23 levels that range from a global scale (zoom level 1 at about 1:591,000,000) to a local scale (zoom level 23 at about 1:70). Continue reading
This update to Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS embedded in ArcGIS Online has many usability enhancements which include the following:
In this update, we’ve continued the major theme for Web AppBuilder in 2016 Q4: enhancing widgets. The team has focused on making the user experience for many widgets better, in terms of both usability and functionality.
We are excited to announce the 1.1 release of Workforce for ArcGIS web app. This is the second release of Workforce and it contains some important updates for both Project Owners as well as Dispatchers.
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Continuing with our Scene Viewer tips and trick series, with the latest release of ArcGIS Online, we are going to focus on one of the cool new features in Scene Viewer which can really add value to your scenes: the … Continue reading
Many datasets contain a date or time field, but showing them in the map can be a challenge. The June 2016 ArcGIS Online release has new map styles that allow you to visualize information found in date and time fields. … Continue reading
Throughout 2016, we will be presenting a series of ArcGIS Scene Viewer tips and tricks. We hope these posts will help you work more efficiently, produce better 3D visualizations, and really harness the power of your 2D and 3D data with … Continue reading