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02-19-2016 08:11 AM
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New Contributor III

I signed up for the 60-day free trial, which comes with ArcGIS Dekstop and ArGIS Pro. It also supposedly comes with the SDKs, but I can't seem to figure out how to download the Pro SDK. It is not under "My ESRI" since I'm not registered as part of an organization. Can anyone point me in the right direction?

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Looks like it. According to the documentation

Supported IDEs

  • Visual Studio 2015 (Professional, Enterprise, and Community Editions)
  • Visual Studio 2013 (Professional, Premium, Ultimate, and Community Editions)

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MVP Notable Contributor

It looks like you can get it here:

ArcGIS Pro SDK | ArcGIS for Desktop

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New Contributor III

Thanks, but that points me toward the MyEsri site that I mentioned, or the Visual Studio route which simply doesn't work because the SDK doesn't show up in the search results like it's supposed to.

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MVP Notable Contributor

Have you tried the one from downloading within Visual Studio? Or does that redirect you to MyESRI too?

Home · Esri/arcgis-pro-sdk Wiki · GitHub

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New Contributor III

Yes, I tried Visual Studio. Following the directions, searching for the SDK in the online VS gallery returns exactly zero results.

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MVP Honored Contributor

Which version of VS are you using?

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New Contributor III

VS Express for Desktop 2013...is the Express a problem perhaps?

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Looks like it. According to the documentation

Supported IDEs

  • Visual Studio 2015 (Professional, Enterprise, and Community Editions)
  • Visual Studio 2013 (Professional, Premium, Ultimate, and Community Editions)

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New Contributor III

Ugh, I think I assumed Community was just what they were calling Express nowadays. You'd think there'd be a way to download the SDK from ESRI's website though.

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