I was wondering if the cluster rendering feature was still on your roadmap, and if there had been any development ?
Support for feature and graphic clustering is in our backlog, but not currently scheduled for a release. Can you describe the clustering experience/scenario you'd like us to support? Thanks
Thank you for your answer.
This a very old subject that i have been looking up to.
We have an Android application displaying interlocutors on a map. There can be many (over 1k in Paris only).
This app is running on the version 10.2.9 of the ArcGIS runtime for Android, and we have implemented our own clustering mecanism grouping those interlocutors in single graphics (clusters) which display the number of interlocutor in said cluster (see below what it looks like).
We plan to migrate the application to the last version of ArcGIS runtime which means we'll have to redevelop every functionality using the version 10.2.9 as the version 100.x is not backward compatible.
So, as this functionality was initially planned to be released in late 2017, i'm just checking if there has been any evolution regarding this. Last i checked, the answer i was given was "Sometime in 2019".
Thanks Jean, Apologies, support for clustering is taking longer than expected, however, we do plan to deliver in 2020. To provide consistent support across the ArcGIS platform, we intend to target support for clustering (client) and binning (server) with respect to feature layers. Client side clustering will follow a map centric approach:
Binning will focus on a service centric approach, more specifically, binning as a new functionality delivered with map services published from ArcGIS Pro 2.4 and later to ArcGIS Enterprise 10.7.1:
Hope this helps,
Thank you for your last answer.
It did help for other matters we were looking into.
We are starting to play with it with ArcGIS Online.
As i understand from your reply, clustering is to be bound to a feature layer.
Also, you do not mention the ArcGIS runtime.
I the case i exposed you, we are using data fetched from a local database (not a geodatabase), and populating a graphic layer with said data.
Any chance clustering will be usable in the ArcGIS runtime (for Android in our case) with graphic layers as well ?
Also, do you have any news about the clustering functionality's roadmap ?
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