ArcGIS Marketplace Launch

ArcGIS Marketplace provides your organization with an easy way to discover and access apps and data for use with the ArcGIS platform. ArcGIS Marketplace is a one-stop destination for data from organizations such as DigitalGlobe, RapidEye, and Esri, as well as apps created by Esri and its partners and distributors. Apps and data in the Marketplace are all specifically built to leverage and enhance what your organization can do with ArcGIS Online. ArcGIS Marketplace includes priced and free apps, and many apps will have free trials at marketplace.arcgis.com.

 

ArcGIS Marketplace

Map Viewer Improvements

  • Access a gallery of Esri map layers from the Add button in the viewer. For more information, see Adding Esri map layers.
  • Reorder map layers in the table of contents using drag and drop. For more information, see Organizing layers.
  • Get an interactive geosearch experience that suggests places in a list as you type into the Find address or place locator. For more information, see Viewing web maps in the viewer.
  • Set an interval for refreshing a layer in a web map. For more information, see Setting refresh interval.

 

ArcGIS Ready-to-Use Map Layers and Tools

ArcGIS Ready-to-Use Map Layers and Tools

  • Basemaps update includes new content for Australia and New Zealand and new DigitalGlobe content for the World Imagery map. For the latest information, see the ArcGIS Online blog.
  • Additional landscape layers including 40 new image services focusing on critical habitat, species range, and soils, plus 4 new dynamic maps services, including hazardous waste, aquifers, and coal fields. The landscape layers are in beta but are available to all ArcGIS Online users with an organizational account.
  • Network analysis performance improvements for service area analysis with overlapping polygons and traffic map display. The closest facility service area output results now include additional attribute information from input features.

 

Web Applications

Web Applications

Web Applications

  • CityEngine Web Viewer—Geocomments created by the web scene author are symbolized differently and can be displayed independently of other comments; faster selection and navigation on scenes with many features. For more information, see Using CityEngine Web Viewer.
  • Map Tour Template—You can now incorporate videos in new and existing map tours. The interactive builder guides you through adding videos hosted on YouTube and Vimeo (many other sources are also supported). For more information, see release notes on GitHub.
  • Storytelling Swipe Template—You can now include a scene navigation tool that takes users to a specific location and displays notes. For more information, see release notes on GitHub.
  • Web Apps Template Gallery—Compare Maps; Search Maps; Side-by-Side Viewer; Storytelling Tabbed; and Twitter Timeline templates for creating web mapping apps have been retired from the Web Apps Gallery. They are still available in ArcGIS Online as Web Mapping Application items. Search by title and then go to the item's page to download the template.

Organization Administration

  • ArcGIS Online Help includes steps for configuring OpenAM 10.1.0 and NetIQ Access Manager 3.2 as your Enterprise Login provider. For more information, see Setting up Enterprise Logins.
  • The organization description field now includes a View HTML Source option so you can more easily create a description using HTML. For more information, see Supported HTML for configuring the website.

Other Enhancements

  • When you add an image file to ArcGIS Online, the details page now displays the URL of the image. You can use the URL to reference the image in web apps, map pop-up windows, and so on. For more information, see Adding files from your computer.
  • Support for two additional languages: Czech and Finnish. The total number of supported languages is now 26.
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