A recent update to the very cool Web Maps for WordPress plug-in. Web Maps is designed to bridge the gap between authoritative maps registered with ArcGIS Online and WordPress – the most widely used CMS on the market. [Read more…] about Add the power of “where” to WordPress with Web Maps for WordPress
ArcGIS Pro uses a Named User Licensing model. This allows ArcGIS Pro licenses to be assigned to members of an ArcGIS organization by the organization’s administrator. [Read more…] about Tip – Named User Licensing in ArcGIS Pro
ArcGIS Pro, which is part of ArcGIS Desktop, is the next step in the evolution of ArcGIS Technology from Esri. Users have access to ArcGIS Pro via the same organizational desktop license that they’ve always had. Pro is not really a new product, rather, it is new technology along with a new look and feel, new UI, and new capabilities. [Read more…] about Tips to Help You Migrate to ArcGIS Pro
Did you know, users have access to ArcGIS Pro via the same organizational desktop license that they’ve always had. Pro is not really a new product, rather, it is new technology along with a new look and feel, new UI, and new capabilities. Pro is not really a new product, rather, it is new technology along with a new look and feel, new UI, and new capabilities. So why migrate? Well, for starters, as a licensed desktop user you already have it! [Read more…] about Migrating to ArcGIS Pro? Don’t be Afraid
Esri’s Story Map Technology has evolved tremendously recently. Now more than ever it’s easier than ever for anyone to create and share a geotagged Story Map, putting your media (photos, video) on a map, making it available in ArcGIS Online, and sharing with family and friends. Oh, and best of all, no coding required! [Read more…] about Create, Publish, Share a summer holiday Map with Snap2Map Mobile App for ArcGIS Online Story Map Creation
A video from ESRIUC 2017 walks you through some of the Top, new features available in ArcGIS Pro [Read more…] about Video from ESRIUC 2017 : ArcGIS Pro 2.0, Top 10
Have you ever needed to see change over time? This demo video shows how you can get MapLapse via the ArcGIS marketplace, followed by a short demo. Using MapLapse now you can easily visualize change in any area with a few easy clicks. [Read more…] about Video – MapLapse for ArcGIS Online – Visualize Change in land use
Let me share with you a little bit of coolness under the topic of “coming soon”… this for those of you that are planning on hitting the annual ESRIUC in San Diego this June (yes June and not July like you might be used to!). Thanks to the Echosec crew (an Esri small business startup program business) here in town for sharing with me a very slick, “coming soon” bit of functionality that really rocks! I can’t divulge everything but this example map produced very quickly (like in seconds in total) gives a look at some speedy analysis (a heat map in this case) that was run on social media activity taking place around the Fort McMurray, Alberta town that is currently under siege by a wildfire – Note: if interested, the Canadian Government is currently matching all Red Cross donations!
Sharing photos via Flickr is an awesome way to archive and share photos, I’ve been using the service almost since Day 1. The now free service provides a great way to easily upload photos over mobile while it is also to have a backup of your photos hosted in the cloud. Flickr makes it a little tricky to locate your feed, however, it really is there!