ArcGIS AppStudio

ArcGIS AppStudio at the 2020 Esri User Conference

The world’s largest meeting of GIS Professionals is going virtual for 2020. Be sure to register and set aside time to attend the one and only Esri User Conference (July 13-16). The ArcGIS AppStudio team is excited to meet you; we look forward to answering your questions, hearing about what you are building (or want to build), and sharing the latest ArcGIS AppStudio innovations with you. During the conference, you can learn more about AppStudio through Streaming Live Sessions and On-Demand Sessions, and engage with the AppStudio team directly in the UC Virtual Expo.

Whether you are new to GIS, a geospatial power-user, or a professional developer, we hope you will take some time to learn how AppStudio can help you quickly build native apps for smartphones, tablets, and desktops/laptops.

Are you interested in a hands-on deep dive with ArcGIS AppStudio? We recently published videos from a 2-day workshop; see the blog post “ArcGIS AppStudio Virtual Workshop Recap” to learn more.

Streaming Live Sessions at the 2020 Virtual User Conference

During the conference, you will have the opportunity to participate in Streaming Live Q&A sessions. In these sessions, you will view a 45-minute presentation and then have 15 minutes to get your questions answered live by the presenters! The sessions will also be available to view on-demand after they are presented.

ArcGIS AppStudio: An Introduction

Presenters: Chris LeSueur, Erwin Soekianto; Moderator: Tina Jin
Monday, July 13 | 1:40pm – 2:40pm (PDT)

Join this session to learn how to build cross-platform native apps with AppStudio. AppStudio provides a complete suite of productivity tools to build, test, and deploy apps for iOS, Android, Win, Mac, and Linux. This session targets non-developers, scripters (JavaScript, Python) and developers of all levels who want to learn how to build native mapping applications. We will demonstrate how you can create a custom app by configuring a template and introduce you to programming with QML and the Qt Creator IDE.

Extending ArcGIS Survey123

Presenters: Elvin Slavik, James Tedrick; Moderator: Shwu-Jing Jeng
Wednesday, July 15 | 2:50pm – 3:50pm (PDT)

Join this session and learn how to add custom functionality to ArcGIS Survey123 and take your data collection workflows to the next level. The session will cover a variety of customization techniques, including running JavaScript functions in your surveys and adding new functionality to the app with Survey123 add-ins. You will also learn how to use AppStudio to create a customized and branded version of the Survey123 field app.

On-Demand Sessions at the 2020 Virtual User Conference

AppStudio for ArcGIS: Advanced Topics

Presenters: Shobana Suresh, Erwin Soekianto

AppStudio is a complete suite of productivity tools to help ArcGIS developers create cross-platform native applications that run on smartphones (iOS/Android), tablets, and laptops/desktops. This session will introduce the basics of programming with QML and JavaScript to create your own custom apps in AppStudio. We will also cover some of the latest enhancements to the AppStudio App Framework library and how to take advantage of the ArcGIS Runtime when building native mapping apps.

AppStudio: Configuring Custom Offline Apps

Presenters: Chris LeSueur, Anshuman Mathur

Would you like to create your own mobile mapping app that works both online and while disconnected? In this presentation, you will learn how to configure and extend an AppStudio template for an offline mobile app that can be distributed in your organization or published to an app store.

Skip the App Stores – Deploying Native Apps in your Org with AppStudio Player

Presenters: Chris LeSueur, Tina Jin

Would you like to distribute custom native apps in your organization that run on smartphones, tablets, or even desktops/laptops; and without going through the process of publishing to a public app store? In this presentation, you will learn how AppStudio for ArcGIS lets you build cross-platform apps (iOS/Android/Win/Mac/Linux) and how to distribute those apps in your organization without the need for publishing to an app store. By utilizing the AppStudio Player you will be in full control of who has access to the apps (both native and web), including the ability to push updates when needed.

 

Learn more about AppStudio:

New to AppStudio? Check out this website to learn more about what ArcGIS AppStudio can do to you and your organization.
Let us know about your creations built using AppStudio to be featured in the AppStudio showcase gallery.
Provide your ideas and suggestion to us in ArcGIS Ideas site.
Follow us on Twitter @AppStudioArcGIS to keep up to date on the latest information.

About the author

Chris LeSueur is a Product Manager with the Apps Team in Redlands, California.

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