Adding Experience Builder custom widgets in ArcGIS Enterprise is now supported in ArcGIS Enterprise 11.0 and up. Thebloghighlights a good level of detail on how to compile a custom widget, register it as an item in the portal, and use it in the app. A special thank to Robert Sheitlint for his Enhanced Locate widget used in the blog as an example.
The June 2022 release is available now! We’ve added three new widgets—Print, Timeline, and 3D Toolbox. In addition, the new Utility service panel allows you to add and manage services that enable printing, geocoding, routing, and more. Other highly anticipated improvements include resetting all filters to their original states, and customizing symbols for the Show on map action. See the blogfor more information.
A patch is available here for the developer edition 1.8. It addresses an issue that a feature layer from a map service does not respond to the feature filtering or selection. For example, the selected feature on the List widget does not get highlighted on the map, or the Filter widget can no longer filter the data. As this is a regression issue, we would strongly recommend installing the patch if you are using the latest version 1.8 of developer edition.
Version 1.8 of ArcGIS Experience Builder developer edition is now available to download. In addition to picking up features from the online edition March update, it improves documentation with a new topicUse data source in widget, and adds a new entry for Calcite components so you can easily import them into custom widgets. See the release blog for more information.
Version 1.7 of the developer edition is now available. Like WAB, you now can import apps and templates from ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS Enterprise to the developer edition or upload them from local zip files. You can also add secured services from multiple portals by registering portals with Client IDs for OAuth authentication. See theblogpost for more information.