It appears my only options are iOS, OSX, silverlight and .Net
Is that correct?
If you go .net are you limited to a windows device? Can you still access through Android and IOS (ipad or iphone)
Would you have to build an App using specific API's for .net, IOS, and Android to use on each device?
If an app for each has to be made are there simple migration tools to migrate from .net to Android to IOS?
The SDKs provide the most reliable forms of offline editing and use. That's not to say you can't get something useful working with the JS API.
Check out this library.
Esri/offline-editor-js · GitHub
It provides some very nice features, including handling offline tiles, editing, and even a library for tile packages (which I have not tried yet).
You could also try and put some simpler offline editing in place using something like PouchDB that can work pretty well.
ArcGISWebDev/pouchstore.js at master · odoe/ArcGISWebDev · GitHub
Thank you...just trying to get a handle on this....From what you said..and what I am hearing
If I wanted an app that allowed for Disconnected editing I would need to use the following SDKs... IOS, Androind and .Net to cover those 3 types of devices? Is that correct?
Do I have this correct?
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