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DmaiaCurry
Esri Contributor

The Field Notes podcast is focused on engaging with Esri customers and staff to understand mobile GIS, share stories from the field, and explore all things Field Operations.

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TinaJin
Esri Regular Contributor

ArcGIS AppStudio is a cross-platform native mapping application development tool that enables our customers to create apps that work on various devices and platforms. Be it mobile devices running with Android or iOS or desktops with Windows, macOS, or Linux, we strive to provide a seamless experience for our customers. 

 

We proactively test each update of our supported platforms to capture new issues and attempt to resolve them before you can find them! Recently, we updated AppStudio version 5.3 with a critical fix and a few enhancements. 

 

We fixed a critical bug related to Android OpenSSL 1.1.1m crashes on the Android 6 armv7 device to ensure your AppStudio apps continue to work on all devices. We also upgraded ArcGIS Runtime to 100.13.1, so you can take advantage of the updates and fixes included in Runtime 100.13.1. 

 

You can get the updated AppStudio Desktop on our Resources page. Don't forget to update the mobile companion app AppStudio Player on your device from iTunes and Google Play store.

 

Learn more about AppStudio:

  • New to AppStudio? Check out this website to learn more about what ArcGIS AppStudio can do to you and your organization.
  • Check out our recent workshop recordings to get started with creating native apps using AppStudio.
  • Let us know about your creations built using AppStudio to be featured in AppStudio Showcase Gallery.
  • Provide your ideas and suggestions to us on the ArcGIS Ideas site.
  • Follow us on Twitter @ArcGISAppStudio to keep up-to-date on the latest information.
  • The AppStudio team periodically hosts workshops and webinars; please sign up for the AppStudio newsletter if you are interested in information regarding AppStudio events.

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TinaJin
Esri Regular Contributor

We are excited to announce the release of ArcGIS AppStudio Version 5.3. This release rolls out many new features and enhancements to help you and your team create rich experiences in building and distributing cross-platform native apps. Read this blog to learn more.  

Bug fixes and enhancements:

BUG-000145623The Quick Report template was crashing when entering text in a multi-lined text field on iOS devices.
BUG-000146297When using the Attachment Viewer template, layers with attachments that had a ObjectID titled something other than ‘OBJECTID’ caused loading issues.
BUG-000143656Unable to download offline map areas from Portal for ArcGIS using the Map Viewer template.

 

Learn more about AppStudio:

  • New to AppStudio? Check out this website to learn more about what ArcGIS AppStudio can do for you and your organization.
  • Check out our recent workshop recordings to get started with creating native apps using AppStudio.
  • Let us know about your creations built using AppStudio to be featured in AppStudio Showcase Gallery.
  • Provide your ideas and suggestions to us on the ArcGIS Ideas site.
  • Follow us on Twitter @ArcGISAppStudio to keep up-to-date on the latest information.
  • The AppStudio team periodically hosts workshops and webinars; please sign up for the AppStudio newsletter if you are interested in information regarding AppStudio events.

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PrincessGuzman
Esri Contributor

Did you know that if you have a paid ArcGIS Developer Subscription, you have access to the ArcGIS AppStudio Developer Edition? With the Developer edition, you can publish your native mobile apps to the Apple AppStore and Google Play Store. You also have access to advanced tools and templates, such as Survey123, QuickCapture, and more. See the table below for more information.

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MarikaVertzonis
Esri Regular Contributor

If you are keen to take your tour apps to the next level, consider adding location aware functionality. To demonstrate this, we now have a unique app in the stores for GIS and sport enthusiasts to try out for themselves. This app is special because it contains location aware content (text to speech) and location aware behavior (auto selection of features based on your physical location). So, even though you can download it and have a look at some of the content from the comfort of home, to experience the app functionality in full, you need to come to Melbourne Australia!

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ErwinSoekianto
Esri Regular Contributor

The AppStudio Framework, or AppFramework, contains platform-neutral QML components to allow you to create apps that work across multiple platforms. The components that the AppFramework provides are intended for use in providing base functionality for your app, including managing file paths, networking interfaces, and image manipulation, as well as tools specific to working within the AppStudio environment. The AppFramework library is unique in that it has features and capabilities that are neither natively provided by the underlying Qt framework nor the ArcGIS Runtime but are necessary and commonly used for developing apps. We are excited to share new features and enhancements added to AppStudio 5.2 release with you in this blog post.

 

Enhancement in AppFramework: 

- AppFramework DeepLearning Plugin introduced as a beta feature in AppStudio 5.2
- New restart method in the AppFramework component allows an app to be restarted automatically.
- New UUID methods in the AppFramework component provide more functionality for working with UUID and GUIDs.
- New contains method in the SecureStorage component to check whether a key is present in secure storage.
- The ImageObject component now supports loading of images from a hosted source using an HTTP or HTTPS URL, allowing apps to download images and store them locally.
- The ImageObject component now has an autoTransform property to ensure JPEG images automatically apply image transformation metadata such as orientation.
- Receive Android NMEA messages with Multiple NmeaSource Components.
- Ability to save and edit image attributes in JPEG images.
- Apps can now interface with the Windows 10 sharing API.
- On Android, the Positioning plug-in has been improved to provide more information about the location.
- Updated OpenSSL to latest version (1.1.1l).

 

Learn more about AppStudio:

  • New to AppStudio? Check out this website to learn more about what ArcGIS AppStudio can do to you and your organization.
  • Check out our recent workshop recordings to get started with creating native apps using AppStudio.
  • Let us know about your creations built using AppStudio to be featured in AppStudio Showcase Gallery.
  • Provide your ideas and suggestions to us on the ArcGIS Ideas site.
  • Follow us on Twitter @ArcGISAppStudio to keep up-to-date on the latest information.
  • The AppStudio team periodically hosts workshops and webinars; please sign up for the AppStudio newsletter if you are interested in information regarding AppStudio events.

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TrevorFrame
Esri Contributor

Learn what a geotrigger is and how to use them with AppStudio.

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ChrisLeSueur
Esri Contributor

Answers to questions from the Creating Apps for Web and Mobile
With ArcGIS Instant Apps and ArcGIS AppStudio webinar

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TinaJin
Esri Regular Contributor

We are excited to announce the release of ArcGIS AppStudio Version 5.2. This release rolls out many new features and enhancements to help you and your team create rich experiences in building and distributing cross-platform native apps. Read this blog to learn more.  

Bug fixes and enhancements:

BUG-000142822ArcGIS AppStudio Quick Report 5.1 fails to submit data with attachments.
BUG-000142816Adding new feature to a service fails when using the ArcGIS AppStudio Quick Report template.
BUG-000142404 When trying to use a downloaded map in AppStudio MapViewer template, the map will not display when you select it in the gallery.
BUG-000141687

The Windows location service fails when used for a second time in a new web map, returning the error: "Could not add position handler (Operation aborted)".

BUG-000143157 The ArcGIS AppStudio 5.1 Cloud Make app returns the error message: "Needs To Be Updated" on iOS 15 when enterprise certificates sign the app.
BUG-000139666
Audio stutter or no audio inside AppStudio 4.2/4.3 on Android 10 using Map Tour template.
ENH-000128453 Add the capability to clear the WebView cache in AppStudio for ArcGIS.

 

Learn more about AppStudio:

  • New to AppStudio? Check out this website to learn more about what ArcGIS AppStudio can do for you and your organization.
  • Check out our recent workshop recordings to get started with creating native apps using AppStudio.
  • Let us know about your creations built using AppStudio to be featured in AppStudio Showcase Gallery.
  • Provide your ideas and suggestions to us on the ArcGIS Ideas site.
  • Follow us on Twitter @ArcGISAppStudio to keep up-to-date on the latest information.
  • The AppStudio team periodically hosts workshops and webinars; please sign up for the AppStudio newsletter if you are interested in information regarding AppStudio events.

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ErwinSoekianto
Esri Regular Contributor

The AppStudio Framework, or AppFramework, contains platform-neutral QML components to allow you to create apps that work across multiple platforms. The components that the AppFramework provides are intended for use in providing base functionality for your app, including managing file paths, networking interfaces, and image manipulation, as well as tools specific to working within the AppStudio environment. The AppFramework library is unique in that it has features and capabilities that are neither natively provided by the underlying Qt framework nor the ArcGIS Runtime but are necessary and commonly used for developing apps. We are excited to share new features and enhancements added to AppStudio 5.1 release with you in this blog post.

 

Enhancement in AppFramework: 

- We have added new capabilities to monitoring battery levels, charging state, and power source in Battery component. 
- We have added support for reading data streams from Bluetooth devices without line breaks, by setting the `readWithNoNewline` to true, the device will set the readData property as soon as streams of characters are available, and will not wait for a newline character as it does by default.
- The FileFolder component now contains methods to move files into the device's trash or recycling bin by using `moveFileToTrash` method. 
- In the NetworkRequest component, the HTTP DELETE request can now support a request body.
- On Windows, stability has been improved for the `isOnline` property in the Networking component.

 

Deprecations and removals in AppFramework:

- The SensorPort component has been removed from the AppFramework Sensors plugin.
- The AppFramework component NetworkConfiguration has been deprecated and will be removed from a future release.
 

Other bug fixes and enhancements are listed in this blog post

 

Learn more about AppStudio:

  • New to AppStudio? Check out this website to learn more about what ArcGIS AppStudio can do to you and your organization.
  • Check out our recent workshop recordings to get started with creating native apps using AppStudio.
  • Let us know about your creations built using AppStudio to be featured in AppStudio Showcase Gallery.
  • Provide your ideas and suggestions to us on the ArcGIS Ideas site.
  • Follow us on Twitter @ArcGISAppStudio to keep up-to-date on the latest information.
  • The AppStudio team periodically hosts workshops and webinars; please sign up for the AppStudio newsletter if you are interested in information regarding AppStudio events.

 

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