If you missed out on DevSummit this year, or are just looking to re-live it, the following are the top 20 technical sessions you want to check out.
Bring the Science of Where indoors. Learn about indoor position, and how to collect and assemble indoor datasets, then how to make them available to your users to solve a wide variety of tasks.
This video simply has to be near the top of the Top 20 this year, if only because the rooms in which we held these workshops were far too small. Way too many DevSummit attendees who wanted to be there simply could not get in. Securing your Web GIS from server to client is a big topic, and this is a great session to learn what you need to know.
Have a need for speed? This one is yet another perennial favorite at DevSummit. End users of web apps have a notoriously low tolerance for apps that respond and perform slowly. Learn techniques for gaining the speed you need.
Sure, they look cool, but VR and AR provide ways to interact with your maps, spatial data, and tools in a very natural way. Watch real-world examples of how VR and AR are making users more productive.
This was the most heavily attended session at DevSummit this year. The title says it all. Optimizing your resources, storage, and performance starts with a solid architecture that fits the needs of your organization, apps, databases, and users.
Web Scenes bring a consistent 3D visualization experience across all desktop, web, and native apps. Learn how to use the latest capabilities and design your 3D maps for high effectiveness and natural usability.
This was the most heavily attended Runtime SDK session. Whether you want to build native apps from scratch, or include ArcGIS in apps you’re already building, here is where to get started.
Development environments and browser-based developer tools are more useful than ever. Code fast, find fast, fix fast. This is a session that is more and more popular every year. You know what you want to build, so use the best tools to get it built, debugged, tested, and into production more effectively.
Automate and administer your Web GIS, and its content, tools, groups, and users using a Jupyter Notebook.
Learn how parallelizing your analytical processes across an array of commodity hardware can help you make better more timely decisions faster than ever before, so that you can keep up with and react to data that changes often.
Make your desktop GIS end-users more productive and standardize UI/UX and workflows by building, then quickly and easily deploying custom add-ins and solution configurations.
When it comes to getting the most use from streaming data, there can be lots of “gotchas” along the way. Prepare for and prevent them, so that your end-users can visualize and analyze your streaming data for the most timely, actionable information possible.
You’ve heard of it, you might already be developing web apps with it, so in this session learn how to get the most of your ArcGIS development by learning the basics, and techniques for setting up your development environment using the ArcGIS definition files for TypeScript.
Arcade is a relatively new expression-based scripting language for getting a lot more from the data stored in your layers, whether it be for thematic rendering symbology rules, flexible and formattable labels, or custom popup design, use Arcade to improve your data layers in a very simple way that’s portable and reusable across the ArcGIS platform: desktop, web, and native.
This API for web developers is not only the most popular in the ArcGIS platform, but its capabilities grow very fast. This “What’s New” session is the best way to learn how to use the latest and sneak peek at what is next.
Are you already using the new Python API for ArcGIS and thinking that there’s a lot more you could be learning and doing? Good chance you are right. Learn about the rich ecosystem of Python packages out there and ideas for how to use them with ArcGIS for improved visualization, statistical analysis, and data science.
Well-designed widgets make you a more efficient developer – plain and simple. Common tasks, even complicated ones, designed and built into reusable widgets, allow you to spend the bulk of your productive coding time solving new or one-off problems, and creative time innovating new ways to make your users more productive.
Learn what developers need to know about Hub, Open Data, and how apps and workflows can be designed to maximize collaboration and standardization, throughout your organization, and through citizen engagement.
It can take a lot of work to make things easy for your users. They’re demanding, and want your apps to work for them, powerfully, intuitively, correctly, and right now. Learn some UI/UX design principles you can put to use right away to meet their expectations.
Learn how to use this system administration tool, designed so that you can watch the health of ArcGIS throughout the lifecycle, with alerts, notifications, metrics, reports, and more.
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