ArcGIS Pro SDK

ArcGIS Pro SDK at Developer Summit 2019

The Esri Developer Summit 2019 in Palm Springs is almost here, scheduled March 5th – 8th.  Once again, many teams have been working to provide a comprehensive line-up of offerings to help you get up to speed with the ArcGIS Pro SDK for .NET, and caught up with the latest features and patterns.

Below is a list of the many Pro SDK learning opportunities with links to all the details.  You can also search the online agenda here.  We look forward to seeing you at Dev Summit!

Pre-summit Hands-On Training

Introduction to Programming with the ArcGIS Pro SDK for .NET

This two-day hands-on training workshop is a great way to get started learning and using the Pro SDK.  It often fills up quickly, although depending on availability you can register right up to the day of the training.  See the link above to register.

Technical Sessions

Customization Patterns Series:

Beginning Pro Customization with focus on DAML and Customization Patterns

Intermediate Pro Customization with focus on Mapping and Layout APIs

Advanced Pro Customization with focus on Categories and Custom Settings

Editing Series:

Beginning Editing with Focus on EditOperation

Intermediate Editing with Focus on UI Customizations

Advanced Editing with Focus on Edit Operations, Transaction Types, and Events

Special Interest Areas:

Understanding Feature Services, a Guide for Developers

Understanding the CIM, a Guide for Developers

An Overview of the Geodatabase API

An Overview of the Utility Network Management API

Demonstrating Pro Extensibility with Add-Ins

Demo Theater Presentations

Getting Started

Working with Rasters and Imagery

Working with DAML

Working with UI Controls

Pro Road Ahead Session

ArcGIS Pro:  The Road Ahead

ArcGIS Pro Area in the Showcase

Finally, plan to visit the ArcGIS Pro Area in the Esri Showcase to speak with Pro team members, including the SDK team.  See demos of the latest features, ask your questions and discuss your plans for using and customizing Pro.

 

About the author

Chris is a product manager on the ArcGIS Desktop Team, focused on the ArcGIS Pro SDK and helping users achieve their Pro customization goals.

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