ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET

ArcGIS Runtime Local Server SDK 100.6 now available!

Last month when we announced the release of ArcGIS Runtime 100.6 we reported that the Local Server SDK was still being finalized… today ArcGIS Runtime Local Server SDK 100.6 is available for download from the ArcGIS for Developers site.

This is an incremental compatibility release with the following updates:

Note: If you are using ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET (Esri.ArcGISRuntime.WPF) you will need to update any projects referencing `Esri.ArcGISRuntime.LocalServices` from 100.5 to 100.6 via or alternatively download from to the local Esri NuGet source created by the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET Visual Studio extension (`%localappdata%\Esri\NuGet`) and then update your projects.

ArcGIS Runtime Local Server is an optional component for the ArcGIS Runtime SDKs for .NET, Java, and Qt. It provides world-class scientific spatial analysis capabilities and data connectivity for your custom offline desktop applications. For more information please see the Local Server guide topics for .NET, Java and Qt.

We hope you’ll find these updates to ArcGIS Runtime Local Server useful as you continue to build amazing technology for your customers with ArcGIS Runtime.

About the authors

Nick Furness

Nick Furness is a Product Manager for the ArcGIS Maps SDKs for Native Apps, and Game Engines, specializing in Swift and iOS. He's spent over 20 years working in the GIS space building projects ranging from small mom-and-pop solutions all the way up to enterprise utility and national government deployments. Nick presents at various Esri Developer Summits, the User Conference, and many other events, almost always talking about something to do with the Native Maps SDKs although you might find the odd bit of JavaScript thrown in there.


Rex Hansen is a Product Manager for the ArcGIS Maps SDKs for Native Apps and ArcGIS Maps SDKs for Game Engines. He has over 25 years of experience in GIS, spatial analytics, and computer mapping. Currently, he guides the development of native technologies in the GIS industry to use authoritative geospatial content and analysis in offline workflows, photorealistic experiences, and immersive, extended reality solutions.


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