You have been on Geonet for while a while now, right? Have you taken full advantage of this community and joined different groups and spaces? See list of the below group and spaces that you may find interesting.
Total Business Solutions Ltd. presents the "Getting started with Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS" webinar.
Say good-bye to paper-based data inspection and maintenance workflows. Using Esri's Collector for ArcGIS app, anyone in your organization can easily capture and update data in the field whether connected or disconnected. Collector for ArcGIS is included with ArcGIS Online and is available on iOS, Android and Windows 10.
Click HERE to view this online seminarGetting started with Collector for ArcGIS, you will learn how to easily take maps offline, sync changes when connected, improve your data quality with form templates, capture photos and track your work.
Web AppBuilder for ArcGISis an intuitive what-you-see-is-what-you-get (WYSIWYG) application that allows you to build 2D and 3D web apps without writing a single line of code. It includes powerful tools to configure fully featured HTML apps. As you add your map and tools, you can see them in the app, and use them right away.
You can do the following withWeb AppBuilder for ArcGIS:
Build the apps you need using ready-to-use widgets.
Customize the look of your apps with configurable themes.
Host your apps online or run them on your own server.
To create a 2D app, openMap Viewer, clickShareand clickCREATE A WEB APP. ClickWeb AppBuilder. To create a 3D app, open Scene Viewer, clickShareand clickCREATE A WEB APP. ClickWeb AppBuilder.
You can also start from theEsri Featured Content>Appssection of theGalleryand chooseApp Builders.
From theMy Contenttab of the content page, clickCreate>App, chooseUsing the Web AppBuilder. By default the2Doption is checked. If you want to build a 3D app, check the3Doption.
Yu can also create a 2D or 3D ap fromWeb AppBuilder. If theWeb AppBuilderis already opened, clickNew App, chooseNew 2DorNew 3D App. Once you clickNew App, the titles of five recent apps will show up in Recent Apps section. You can click any of them to start editing.
2. Pick style
Configure the look-and-feel of the app by picking a theme. A theme includes a collection of panels, styles, layouts, and pre-configured widgets.
3. Select map or scene
Select a map or a scene you've created or choose one from your own organization. If you open theWeb AppBuilderfromMap ViewerorScene Viewer, you will already have a map or scene selected but you can change it.
4. Add widgets
Widgets give your app functionality, such as print and overview map. Each theme has its own preconfigured set of widgets and you can add additional ones.
5. Configure attributes
Attributes allow you to customize your app banner with a logo, title, hyperlinks and so on.
6. Preview and launch
Preview the responsive app with popular device screen sizes (2D apps only). When ready, save and launch.
*To use Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS, you must be a level 2 member in your ArcGIS organization.
For more information, feel free to contact us at email@example.com or call us at 223-6807.
The Story Maps Developers’ Corner is a great place for developers of all experience levels to learn how to customize Esri’s open-source Story Map apps. The Story Maps team has shared many tips and tricks on the Dev Corner since it was announced back in Nov 2015, and have also had contributions from several guest authors.
If you need help using or customizing a Story Map, or if you would like to use your expertise to help your fellow storytellers and developers, please join the Story Maps community on GeoNet or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 223-6807.
Here is a Cascade Storymap our local TBSL team has created to tell our story about the BEUC 2018.
Operations Dashboard is a configurable web app that is included with the ArcGIS platform. Dashboard offers a comprehensive and engaging view of your data to provide key insight for at-a-glance decision making. Esri released the new Operations Dashboard in December 2017 and on April 2018 made another update. In June 2018, another update has been made, with some exciting new capabilities.
The June 2018 update includes the following new features:
Two new actions available when configuring an interactive dashboard: Show Pop-up and Follow Feature.
Here is a quick glance of how each elements and layers can be sources or targets of actions.
A new dashboard settings button on the navigation bar allows authors to:
Change colors for the background, borders, elements, tabs and selections
Survey123for ArcGIS is a simple and intuitive form-centric data gathering solution that makes creating, sharing, and analyzing surveys possible in just three easy steps: Ask Questions. Quickly design powerful surveys and publish them into ArcGIS.
View some of the Survey123 update (2.8) highlights in the Esri's blog below, these includes several bug fixes and very interesting new features!
On August 10, 2017 +Metro imagery for Belize City and Belmopan was released to World Imagery in arcgis.com. The imagery for Belize City was captured in May 2017. The imagery for Belmopan was captured in the early part of 2017.
In the image above, the Belize Civic Center Sports Complex as well as the Swift Hall, St. Martin De Porres Church, can be seen. In the image below, we see a beautiful imagery of Belmopan showing the Isodoro Beaton Stadium.
These updates to Belize City and Belmopan in ArcGIS can be used in unmeasurable ways. Green Infrastructure, city planning, local government, census and emergency response are just some ways how updated imagery can be most useful.
Updates were made to all of Central and South America, parts of North America and Africa to name a few. See story map here to get all the updates.
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