Paul Barker
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Product Engineer for ArcGIS Online and technology enthusiast.

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Bring your data closer together: Save analysis results from Join Features as Hosted Feature Layer Views

Wish you could have your Join Features results always stay up to date? Now you can when you save the results as a hosted feature layer view

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What’s new with hosted feature layers: Updating data gets more flexible with append

Updating your data in ArcGIS Online just got better. Append data has been updated to include more options

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What’s new with hosted feature layers: Getting to know Append, Part 2

If you read Part 1 of our 2-part blog series, you learned that you can insert new features into a hosted feature layer using Append. App...

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Scalable hosted feature layers in ArcGIS Online: Tile queries and response caching

Background Hosted feature layers come in all shapes and sizes; some start off big, some grow over time as data is updated. Regardless of ...

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What’s new with hosted feature layers: Getting to know Append Part 1 (December 2017)

Managing your hosted feature layers is an important aspect of managing data in ArcGIS Online.  For many, when it comes to adding new dat...

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What’s new with hosted feature layer views (December 2017)

Hosted feature layer views give you great flexibility, allowing you to tailor the data to meet specific user requirements.  But now host...

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Taking control of transformations with hosted feature layers (September 2017)

Imagine how simple the world would be if there was only one projection.  In our quest to flatten the earth onto paper and device screen...

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Who would win? Matching layer types to common workflows

One of the great things about ArcGIS Online is having the multiple ways of delivering your data, it ensures that you can tailor it differ...

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What's New in Arcade (June 2017)

Arcade has been popping up in more places with each release of ArcGIS, so it only makes sense to add more support for Arcade into the pop...

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