This article describes ways to secure Web applications built using map.apps and security.manager. map.apps alone offers a number of security features that may be sufficient for simple applications. Combined with security.manager, almost all requirements for safety are met. It is possible to configure extremely fine-grained access protection for both services, as well as functions of map.apps Apps.
map.apps WAB Engine: enhancements based on the ArcGIS platform. With the recently released map.apps Version 3.2, the ArcGIS platform capabilities have been further expanded. So far, NamedUser, webmaps, REST interfaces and widgets of Esri JS API could be use as is. Now, with the "map.apps WAB Engine", a new extension is available to all holders of ArcGIS Online Organisational accounts, which allows the use of widgets created for the Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS.
map.apps 3.2 brings many improvements for users, administrators and developers. The focus of this release is to optimize existing functionality and workflow. So, the new version offers a generic selection tool to all users. Thus it is now automatically possible to make selections on all visible and selectable themes. For the administrator, this eliminates the previously required configuration of individual selections of each theme.
Good news for our German users: The Developer Network is available in German language from now on. The complete installation guide, system requirements, release notes, forum and news articles have been translated. A few areas such as the "map.apps Cookbook" will be converted gradually.
The language can be changed via the links above the con terra logo. Registered users can set the default language in their user profile.
In the course of map.apps Days 2015, a new Forum was launched in the map.apps Developer Network. This forum offers the possibility of exchange between customers, partners and con terra. We would be delighted if you take the opportunity to share tips and tricks, as well as to present your own ideas and developments. Technical questions of general interest are also welcome. Contributions are welcome in both German and English.