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New ArcGIS Pro SDK Learning Resources Available

Some good news on Pro SDK learning resources – a number of informative videos have just been posted online this week — Dev Summit sessions and a new Live Training Seminar recording.

The 2016 Esri Developer Summit technical sessions are now available on the Esri E380 website, and there are four excellent Pro SDK session recordings available.  These presentations were given by the actual Desktop SDK Team, so you are getting some excellent instruction from the authorities on the Pro SDK.  Here are each of the sessions available online with links and descriptions:

ArcGIS Pro SDK for .NET: Programming Patterns

ArcGIS Pro SDK for .NET: Editing and Geodatabase Integration

ArcGIS Pro SDK for .NET: Integration with ArcGIS Online

ArcGIS Pro SDK for .NET: UI Design and MVVM

ArcGIS Pro SDK for .NET: Animation and Map Exploration

  • Learn about the camera for 2D and 3D and 2D and 3D selection with Map Tools. The second half of the session introduces the new Animation API for Pro.


Also, the recording for last week’s Live Training Seminar on the ArcGIS Pro SDK, “Extend ArcGIS Pro Functionality with Add-ins”, is now available.  The 60-minute LTS provides three short presentations by Rob Burke, of Esri Educational Services. Rob is a long-time veteran of training developers on ArcObjects and ArcGIS Desktop development, and he provides a great introduction to the Pro SDK and asynchronous programming for Pro.

Thanks again to those that attended last week’s LTS and sent in questions.  Answers to your questions have been provided at this GeoNet post.  Keep in mind that you can always check for answers to your Pro SDK questions by searching the post threads on the Pro SDK Group on GeoNet, and post new questions there as well.  You can also review the helpful FAQ page on GitHub.

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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