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The latest release of the ArcGIS Runtime Toolkit for Android is here. It has been updated to work with the 100.7 release of the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Android.

 

This release includes:

  • Support for clipping distance in ARView, which limits the data displayed to a radius around the origin camera.
  • A new BookmarkView component and example.
  • A couple of bug fixes to the Scalebar:
    • When using the Dual-unit-line style, the units are incorrectly placed and overlap one another.
    • When MapView insets are added, the right-hand inset doesn’t seem to be applied properly when the scalebar is right aligned, causing the right-hand end of the bar to be outside the view.

 

You can find the toolkit release here.

 

See this blog post for information on the SDK release.

 

Hope you enjoy the new release. Let us know what you're building with it.

We're pleased to introduce for the first time the ArcGIS Runtime SDK Sample Viewer! This application is a great tool for demonstrating the new and powerful capabilities in ArcGIS Runtime SDK 100.3 for Android. Install it for free today!

ArcGIS Runtime SDK Sample Viewer - Apps on Google Play 

 

You'll also find the .apk on arcgis.com, publicly available today.

 

Enjoy!

Early next week, we will be announcing the release of 100.2.0, also known as Update 2, for you to download. We're very excited about this release for a number of reasons. 100.2 is the culmination of what we envisioned the Quartz 100 Runtime platform to be. It also brings us closer to functional parity with the 10.2.x versions of Runtime. Here are some highlights to look forward to:

 

  • Display and identify WMS layer
  • Display and identify ENC layers (Electronic Navigational Charts)  
  • Read and edit shapefiles
  • Read rasters from GeoPackage
  • Read and edit vector data from GeoPackage
  • Support for multi-layered symbology
  • Create and update mosaic raster datasets
  • Analysis - viewshed and line of sight on the GPU
  • Statistical queries
  • Improved support for geotransformations and custom geotransformations
  • Offline mapping enhancements - Preplanned workflows
  • Support for transactional editing
  • Kotlin language support

We'll be announcing the release very soon, so keep watch! And as always, thank you for using ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Android.