GeoNet Weekly News & Tips: ArcGIS API for JavaScript 4.16 and 3.3, User Conference as Place of the Week, and 2 Product and Service Updates

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ArcGIS for JavaScript APIFeatured Community Content: ArcGIS API for JavaScript 4.16 and 3.3

Noah Sager wrote about the latest release for ArcGIS API for JavaScript 4.16 and 3.3. See what’s new including the number of bugs fixed, classes added, and new samples created. New capabilities such as blending-in layers, labeling points, and more are featured. Read: ArcGIS API for JavaScript 4.16 and 3.3

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Featured Place of the Week: User Conference

User ConferenceIt’s the week of the Esri User Conference and we’re keeping up with the action to keep you connected to the largest virtual gathering of GIS professionals around the world. Watch the Plenary until Wednesday, July 15 in the UC platform, on Esri's website, or on Esri's Facebook channel, and check out the agendas available to add to your schedule. Go to: User Conference


3 Open Questions & Discussions

Alyssa Pietraszek is asking for recommendations for online GIS Graduate Certificates. Have you taken a course that you would recommend?

Alexander Zeller is trying to query related records from features of a feature layer and needs some help in ArcGIS AppStudio Have you done this before?

Cathy Wilson is trying to use the import customized ribbon tool in ArcGIS Pro and has some questions about her use case. Can you offer some tips?


2 Product and Service Updates

ArcGIS QuickCapture released version 1.6.

Esri Press Books released volume 35 of the Esri Map Book.


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