Learn more about upcoming changes for web developers along with tips to optimize your viral ArcGIS Online apps
The Spatial Report podcast returns with a couple of topics to help you navigate the ever-evolving world of web GIS. Our GeoDeveloper Advocate, Maura Daffern joins us to break down everything you need to know about big changes coming for our web developer community. Then our ArcGIS Online GeoGeek, Carson Smulders drops by to help us understand what is going on behind the scenes with your viral apps.
What's Making Us Mappy [01:36]
Our hosts share one cool thing that is catching their eye in the world of ArcGIS.
Tech Talk: Data Engineering: Drive to Analyze
GeoSnaps: Enable Reset Button in ArcGIS Dashboards
Inside the Arc [07:44]
Feature interview that takes our audience inside an Esri product or capability.
Documentation: ArcGIS Experience Builder - Migrating from Web AppBuilder
Esri Community: Functionality Matrix for Web AppBuilder and Experience Builder
Esri Community: Helpful resources to get you started
Rotation of Esri Canada panelists share what's new in ArcGIS technology.
Our resident ArcGIS Online GeoGeek joins the pod to talk about what happens when your web app goes viral. We will cover what happens behind the scenes when an app receives additional volume, what configurations to consider when your app explodes in popularity, and what options are available for increasing the performance of your viral applications.
M versus M [25:04]
Our hosts quiz each other about all things ArcGIS and GIS.
On this edition of MvM, Maggie opens the history book to quiz Mark about historical moments in mapping, inspired by the book A History of Canada in Ten Maps: Epic Stories of Charting a Mysterious Land.
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- Maggie Samson, Technical Solutions Specialist at Esri Canada (LinkedIn)
- Mark Ho, Technical Solutions Specialist at Esri Canada (LinkedIn)