With map.apps 4.3.0 a new version of map. apps is available for download, which offers a lot of new features for map.apps users. The most important topics addressed with this release are a new standard menu, the spatial selection of geoobjects, map navigation and the support of additional map services/layer types in map.apps line 4.
service.monitor 4.3 is now available for download and offers many innovations, especially in the area of analytics. Special attention was paid to the further development of the analysis dashboards.
smart.finder and map.apps Smart Search are available for download in version 1.5.0. The central aspect of the new release is job management, which has been improved and extended in many areas.
map.apps SDI in the version 4 is available for download. The new version as a product extension for map. apps offers more possibilities of dynamic service loading and much more.
This first article of our new series map.apps 4 for developers is aimed at anyone who wants to learn more about the possibilities and tools provided by map.apps 4 development. Here, we first provide an overview of the topics that will be dealt with in more detail in separate articles.
A new version of map.apps 4 is available for download. The new version offers comprehensive new possibilities for both map.apps administrators as well as developers. This article describes the innovations that map.apps 4.2 brings with it.
All products of con terra Technologies have been tested to be fully compatible with ArcGIS Enterprise 10.5.1.
Good news for all of our security.manager fans: security.manager - ArcGIS Edition 1.1 is now released and now allows access control for FeatureServer and supports ArcGIS Enterprise 10.5.
A new version of map.apps 4 is available for download. This includes bundle packages 4.1.0 and 3.8.0. This article describes the improvements in both versions.
In a previous blogpost about security.manager, we focussed on using access control to work smarter with data and WebGIS Resources. Since then, we’ve had numerous requests to show how this actually works in the real world, and specifically, how we extend and enhance the ArcGIS Platform with fine-grained access control.