ArcGIS AppStudio

AppStudio for ArcGIS at Esri User Conference 2018

The world largest meeting of GIS community, Esri User Conference 2018 is around the corner, which scheduled for July 9 to 13 2018 in San Diego, California. Below is the list of places you can learn more about AppStudio for ArcGIS, show-off your apps built using AppStudio for ArcGIS and meet the team members.

Technical Sessions

Technical sessions are a great way to learn about AppStudio for ArcGIS, where the subject matter expert from the development team will cover from product overviews to a deep-dive on specific workflows

Tuesday, July 10, 8:30 am – 9:30 am at SDCC – Room 05 A

Tuesday, July 10, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm at SDCC – Room 05 A

With AppStudio for ArcGIS you can easily create GIS apps that run natively in smartphones, tablets and Desktop In this session we will illustrate how you can build your own native apps. With AppStudio you can create apps without writing code, by extending app samples and templates, or built from scratch. This session will also discuss how you can distribute your apps within the Google Play and Apple store as well as your enterprise.

Thursday, July 12 1:00pm – 2:00pm at SDCC – Room 30 A

This session will cover advanced AppStudio for ArcGIS topics including building your own custom native GIS applications. We will introduce the basics of programming with QML and Qt Creator in AppStudio for ArcGIS.

Demo Theater

Demo Theater sessions are focused on specific workflow or feature and only 45 minutes, so make sure to come on time.

Wednesday, July 11, 10:00 am – 10:45 am at Demo Teather 09

Join this session to learn how to download the source code of Survey123 for ArcGIS using AppStudio for ArcGIS and make it your own!

User Presentation

User Presentations are a great way to learn the details of how AppStudio for ArcGIS is being used to specific workflows. A good opportunity to learn directly from users like you!

Tuesday, July 10, 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM at SDCC – Room 24 C

By: Ben Davidson

For the everyday public transit user having your bus stop readily accessible, being on-time, and feeling safe aboard the bus are some of the most important factors in choosing to take transit. To ensure that Valley Metro services meet these expectations, two apps were developed for use in the field utilizing the capabilities Survey123 and further enhanced using AppStudio. These apps provide the planners and operators with a clearer picture of how the transit system is performing.

Esri Showcase

If you are interested in a product demo, need to ask specific questions, show-off your amazing apps built with AppStudio for ArcGIS or just want to say hi and meet with the AppStudio for ArcGIS team; then stop by and see us in the Esri Showcases.

Built any cool apps? Working on your next big idea? Stop by the booth to show us and share the excitement.

Showcase Hours

Tuesday, July 10, 9:00 AM – 6:30 PM

Wednesday, July 11, 8:30 AM – 6:30 PM

Thursday, July 12, 8:30 AM – 1:30 PM

Photo of some of the AppStudio team members at Esri Developer Summit 2018


AppStudio for ArcGIS Team.

About the authors

Erwin is a Product Engineer for AppStudio for ArcGIS in Redlands, California. During working hours, he loves helping people create cross-platform native apps. Outside working hours, he spends a lot of hours running in the mountains of San Gorgonio and Angeles National Forest.


Chris LeSueur is a Product Manager for the ArcGIS Maps SDKs for Native Apps and ArcGIS Maps SDKs for Game Engines. Chris has over 20yrs experience in the GIS industry working in various positions in Technical Marketing, Competitive Intelligence, and Product Management. As a product manager Chris works to broaden the reach of GIS by improving the native app development experience for mobile, desktop, and games engine developers.


Tina Jin is a Product Engineer on ArcGIS AppStudio team.

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