Tag: Windows Phone
Over the past several years we have been very busy building Apps for the Field across the mobile platforms that you use most.
Everyday workflows for asset data collection and inspection, capturing observations, and completing surveys can be realized using Collector for ArcGIS and Survey123 for ArcGIS on iOS and Android devices or using Windows 10 tablets and PCs. You can also complete Survey forms on Windows 7 laptops/tablets and Windows 10 phones. Continue reading
At the //build/ conference in San Francisco today, Microsoft announced a new development platform for Windows Phone that unifies the developer experience between Windows Store and Windows Phone. This greatly enhances the code-sharing story we presented at Esri Developer Summit … Continue reading
Everyone knows that consumer devices are now in the hands of everyone from toddlers to your grandparents, and your information when designed for mobile, can reach more individuals than ever before. You may know that you need a mobile strategy, … Continue reading
The ArcGIS Runtime SDK v10.1.1 for Windows Phone is available for download from the ArcGIS Resource Center. This release adds support for Visual Studio 2012, the ArcGIS Online World Geocoding Service, an ArcGISWebClient class to handle web requests to ArcGIS services, improved support for the ArcGIS Portal API, a new CsvLayer, numerous quality enhancements, and improved support for Windows Phone 8. See the What’s New in 10.1.1 page for a complete list of what’s new in this release.
This is the final release of the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Windows Phone to support the Windows Phone 7.1 platform. For those developers who need to maintain existing Windows Phone applications that target the 7.1 platform, this release provides the latest updates and fixes for your applications. If you are building an application targeting Windows Phone 8.0, you can include the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Windows Phone assemblies that target Windows Phone 7.1.
Note that the version number of this release (10.1.1) is significantly different from the version numbers we’ve used in the past. This was done to synchronize version numbers across Runtime SDKs (Android, iOS, Java SE, WPF) and the ArcGIS system. This synchronization reflects a common path of evolution and parity going forward for all Runtime SDKs.
The ArcGIS Windows Phone Development Team
With continued support for emergency operations, the Disaster Response Team within Esri has provided ready-to-use Damage Survey templates for use with iPhones, iPads and Android devices. You can publish these templates within your ArcGIS Online organization and deploy to your response and recovery teams. Continue reading
The latest release of the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for WPF and Windows Phone and ArcGIS API for Silverlight includes support for the ArcGIS Portal REST API. Using the Portal library (ESRI.ArcGIS.Client.Portal.dll) you can easily search, browse, and open web maps available … Continue reading
To build on the success of recent Developer Summit in California, we’ve decided to take the event on the road. Esri will be hosting 3 Dev Summits in Europe this September.
I hope developers from all over Europe and the world will come together in Rotterdam, Berlin or London (all 3 if you want). The technical sessions will focus on becoming more effective at building web, mobile and desktop applications. Senior Esri development staff will be presenting so you’ll get a chance to see what’s coming next. Registration information will be available soon but mark your calendar now and plan to join us in Europe.
New versions of the ArcGIS Runtime SDKs for Windows Phone, iOS and Android have been rolled out today! The recent release of the ArcGIS applications were built using these SDKs, so you know they are tried and tested.
ArcGIS 10.1 support
They all have support for lots of ArcGIS 10.1 goodies, including editor tracking, ownership based access control, fine grained editing capabilities and lots more.
It was great to see all of you at this year’s Developer Summit! Hopefully you were able to come by the Islands, Meet the Teams, or attend a Technical Workshop and chat with one of us:
We received lots of good feedback from you this year, and we are pleased to announce that v3.0 Final of the ArcGIS API for Silverlight will support development with both Silverlight 4 and Silverlight 5!
In addition to talking with you about your work and getting feedback, one of our goals every year at the Developer Summit is to provide Technical Workshops with valuable information, best practices, and samples that you can take back with you. If you attended the Developer Summit but missed any of the Silverlight/SharePoint/Windows Phone presentations, or were unable to attend and would like the info, here are a few links you may find of interest:
Version 2.4 of the ArcGIS for Windows Phone application is now available in the Windows Phone Marketplace! Key features of this release include: Support for ArcGIS Online for organizations and Portal for ArcGIS Support for secured services (including token-secured ArcGIS … Continue reading