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Rachael_Ellen
Esri Contributor

New ArcGIS Blog Post!  Feature snapping support for the Geometry Editor is now available with the 200.4 release of the Native Maps SDKs.

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Rachael_Ellen
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New ArcGIS Blog PostThree new field types that enhance the way date and time data is stored and managed is now available with the 200.4 release of the Native Maps SDKs.

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Rachael_Ellen
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New ArcGIS Blog PostWith the 200.4 release of the Native Maps SDKs comes the ability to display OGC 3D Tiles format in the new 3D Tiles layer.  

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Rachael_Ellen
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New ArcGIS Blog Post! This blog demonstrates how to integrate RESTful services, such as the places service, with the Native Maps SDKs by making HTTPS requests using native development frameworks.

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MarkBaird
Esri Regular Contributor

With the recent long-term support (LTS) release of Java 21, JavaFX 21 and support for the new JDK coming in the 8.4 release of Gradle, the Java Maps SDK team have been busy testing our 200.2 release to make sure everything is working correctly with this latest LTS version of Java. 

With testing successfully completed, we are pleased to announce the 200.2 release of the Java Maps SDK supports Java 21.  Our system requirements page has been updated and our Gradle starter project has also been modified to ensure it is compatible with Java 21.

The upgrade path for developers wanting to switch to Java 21 is very simple and only the following versions will need updating in your Gradle build scripts:

  • Gradle 8.4
  • JavaFX Gradle Plugin 0.1.0

So, if you want to use Java 21 in your Maps SDK apps, it’s a great time to upgrade to our 200.2 release.

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Rachael_Ellen
Esri Contributor

New ArcGIS Blog Post! Learn how to create a custom dynamic entity data source to wrap a data feed for use in your ArcGIS Maps SDKs for Native Apps applications. 

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Rachael_Ellen
Esri Contributor

New ArcGIS Blog! This blog is the second in a series of articles which demonstrates how the beta release  of the ArcGIS Maps SDK for Java  (with ARM Linux support) can be used for IoT data recording apps.

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MichaelBranscomb
Esri Frequent Contributor

ArcGIS Maps SDK for Local Server 200.1 is an incremental compatibility release that provides support for geoprocessing and map packages created with ArcGIS Pro 3.x. You can use version 200.2 of the ArcGIS Maps SDKs for .NET, Java, and Qt with this release of Local Server.

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Rachael_Ellen
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New ArcGIS Blog! The August 200.2 update of the Native Maps SDKs brings some exciting new capabilities for 3D visualization and application development.

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Rachael_Ellen
Esri Contributor

The ArcGIS Maps SDKs team is pleased to bring you the next update to the 200.x series of Native Maps SDKs: 200.2, and it’s full of exciting new features and important updates to existing ones.

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