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:
Literally, many new features have been added in this release, including animation, windows, data view, Bookmark, Card, and Divider widgets. Ability to populate image widgets with feature attachments from Collector or Survey123 apps is a popular request, which is now officially in the product. Some features, such as animation, may change the way you think about your apps. See the blog post for more information.
If you or someone you know are interested in learning Experience Builder, check this training seminar "Get Started with ArcGIS Experience Builder" from Esri training website please. It will walk you through the building blocks and demonstrate how to create interactive apps easily. A good seminar for beginners.
As you may notice, the widget code is open source in the final release. And the great effort has been put into the SDK documentation. Especially, information about classes, methods, and properties in theAPI Referenceare pulled dynamically from the source code of Experience Builder. So you can access the latest API information when a new release arrives.
Again, your input here and in Early Adopt Community help shape this product. For that, we thank you! Together, we can make a difference.
We are excited to share this news with you. Yes, the ArcGIS Experience Builder Online Edition is out of beta now! Check this blog post for new features in the final, including the help document website. The feedback from you in the beta program leads to where we are now. Thank YOU! And stay tuned for the final release of Developer Edition in the coming weeks.