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The ArcGIS Pro Roadmap is now being maintained as a GeoNet Document.  Please go here: https://go.esri.com/ProRoadMap

ArcGIS Pro 1.4.1 was released today. This is a patch update to the Pro 1.4 release.  Review the release notes for more information on the issues addressed in this update. Check out this blog post on how to apply ArcGIS Pro software updates.

 

No new functionality is included with this patch update. Therefore, you can expect the following items to work seamlessly between 1.4 (1.4.0) and 1.4.1:

  • Project files, project templates, and project packages (.aprx, .aptx, and .ppkx)
  • Layer files and layer packages (.lyrx and .lpkx)
  • Layout files (.pagx)
  • Map files and map packages (.mapx and .mpkx)
  • Task files (.esriTask)
  • Custom functionality built using the ArcGIS Pro SDK for .NET
  • Custom tools built using geoprocessing or the ArcGIS Pro ArcPy site package
  • Packaging, publishing, and sharing (for example, publishing web maps to ArcGIS Online)

 

Last night we released an update to ArcGIS Pro Prerelease.  To get the update you'll need to have Pre-Release installed and authorized.  Then you start up Prerelease and will be notified that an update is available. Actually there are 3 new updates, one for the app, one for the Help System and one for Python.

 

With this update, ArcGIS Pro is "feature complete" for the 1.0 release that will be part of ArcGIS 10.3 for Desktop.  Our focus has shifted from new development to bug fix and stabilization.  More than ever we need your help.  If you see something wrong please say something.  You can contact Support and or submit a error report.

 

We have also added a new Category to the ArcGIS Ideas site called "ArcGIS Pro". This is were you can submit ideas to improve the app and vote on other user submitted ideas.

 

Thanks for all your patience and help with this release!

 

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Here is a video from Jim McKinney that gives you an excellent overview of ArcGIS Pro.