In the AGOL April update, a new feature was added:
A web experience can now communicate with an embedded app by passing URL parameters to control what appears in the embedded app at runtime. Use a single URL editor to form dynamic URLs from connected data attributes or app URL parameters, or add static URLs directly.
This series contains three articles, which will work you through three different cases on how the new feature works, allowing you to further utilize the Embed widget to accommodate different scenarios.
1.4 versionof ArcGIS Experience Builder developer edition is now available. See theblog. The highlights include samples to demonstrate two new framework components - widget output data source and data action, installing dev edition as a Windows service, and how to update the service worker cache for deployed apps so end users don't need to clear their browser cache to see the update you made in the code, config JSON, or any other changes.
This release is featured with the guidance on migrating your custom widgets and themes from Web AppBuilder, in addition to picking up new features from the October update of Online Edition. See the blog post.
The first two tips from the migration documentation:
In addition to performance improvement, this update adds new features including the Table widget, Screen group, autoplaying views, as well as support for the 3D scene layer, subscriber content, auto-populating a survey with polygon and polyline feature layers in the map. See this blog post for details.
Filter table based on feature selection in the map:
Join us at the virtual UC 2020 next week please! There are five presentations for Experience Builder and three presentations for Web AppBuilder. You may check this blog post for details. Meanwhile, you can chat or schedule meetings with staff at Experience Builder and Web AppBuilder showcase under ArcGIS Online as shown below: