Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS (Developer Edition) 2.11 beta version is available in the Early Adopter Community. It syncs up with the latest Web AppBuilder in AGOL December update. Click on this link to access the latest beta version.
Developer Edition 2.11 has two new widgets and numerous improvements to existing widgets. The new Threat Analysis widget targets public safety personnel and first responders. It helps identify safe distances and zones for planning events. The new Visibility widget determines what is visible based on distance, observer’s height, and a field of view. In addition, Directions now allows you to configure barriers from your map layers. Analysis adds three new tools: Find Centroids, Find Point Clusters, and Summarize Center and Dispersion. 3D Search enables you to search feature layers. For more information, seethe blog.
Please use the Forums within the Early Adopter Community to communicate all your observations and feedback.
Web AppBuilder in ArcGIS Online December update is out. It adds two new widgets: Threat Analysis and Visibility, alongside enhancements including the support for barrier layer in Directions. See the blog below.
Attached is a document that lists all the bug fixes and enhancements (submitted via Esri Technical Support) that were addressed in Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS Developer Edition v2.9. Please be aware that the list includes issues addressed in the embedded version of Web AppBuilder in ArcGIS Online June update.
FYI: on Jan 17th, Gavin Rehkemper and David Martinez will present the following
Extending Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS
In this webinar, you will learn how to extend Web AppBuilder for your own custom workflows. We will dive into the Web AppBuilder framework to demonstrate how you can create your own widgets and design the look and feel of your app using a custom theme. We will also discuss patterns and techniques to streamline your Web AppBuilder development.
This is a great article on Linked In published by Ian Wint, GIS Manager for the City of Fort Lauderdale, FL. The article discusses how GIS technology was used by their Emergency Operations Center to prepare for and respond to Hurricane Irma. Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS and Story Map Apps were used to support their various app needs.