1) Is there a way to access previous versions of api doc? I am using python across AGOL and ArcGIS Enterprise over a long time and the versions' feature differences are important to investigate.
As at writing https://esri.github.io/arcgis-python-api/apidoc/html/ is version 1.6.2. There is no way to look at 1.6.1 or 1.5.0 for example, or I do not know how to. And going by release notes is quite hard.
2) Also, is there or can there be a compatibility table somewhere that describes the versions across the two platforms:
ArcGIS API for Python Version | AGOL | ArcGIS Enterprise
1.6.2 | Jul 19 |
1.6.1 | Mar 19 | 10.7.1 (Apr 19)
1.6.0 | Sep 18 | 10.7.0 (Dec 18)
1.5.3 | Mar 18 | 10.6.1 (Jul 18)
1.5.2 | Sep 17 | 10.6.0 (Apr 18)
^^^ I am guessing compatibility and dates in the above table, probably not accurate.
You will have limited success on this site, but you can try
It defaults to
Branch: master... click on the drop-down arrow and select Tag: and try the tags by version
Thanks, I did know about that, but as far as I am aware you cannot view api doc like in https://esri.github.io/arcgis-python-api/apidoc/html in that original git hub view.
I was hoping to avoid downloading it but its not actually that hard, obviously have git (or something related) first, then in command prompt:
C:...\> git clone https://github.com/Esri/arcgis-python-api.git Cloning into 'arcgis-python-api'... ... Receiving objects: 100% (10577/10577), 837.94 MiB | 3.49 MiB/s, done. ... Checking out files: 100% (600/600), done.
Now browse to:
As at writing online is 1.6.2 but default is still 1.6.1.
Then to change to a different version:
C:...\> cd arcgis-python-api C:...\arcgis-python-api> git tag -l v.1.4.2 ... v1.4.1 v1.5.0 v1.5.1 v1.5.2 v1.5.3 v1.6.0 v1.6.1 v1.6.2 v1.6.2-post1 v1.6.2-post2 v1.6.2-post3 C:...\arcgis-python-api> git checkout tags/v1.5.3 Checking out files: 100% (1186/1186), done. Note: checking out 'tags/v1.5.3'. ... HEAD is now at 2b2d324 Adding v1.5.3 API doc so we can tag v1.5.3 samples and guides
Browse again/refresh to:
To compare side by side, copy the git repo folder, change directory to it, change/git checkout the tag you want, and browse to that folder's new local ...apidoc/index.html.