Have you heard about the beta version of the Community Map of Canada vector cache? Find out important updates for the ArcGIS platform and Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol support and more in March’s Getting Technical.
Discover the new Community Map of Canada vector cache
This basemap is updated every 24 to 48 hours with the latest updates supplied by contributors to the Community Maps Program via the GeoFoundation Exchange (GFX).
The addition of webhooks to Survey123 for ArcGIS opens a world of possibilities for improved, automated and streamlined workflows.
Use this “quick share” feature to quickly share your map when collaborating with others over a project or sending information quickly to your boss or decision-makers.
Video: Use ArcGIS Online Group Sharing, Layer Views and Arcade Expressions
Find out how you can share a layer with members of a different organization without having to share the content publicly.
Service Packs, Patches & User Resources
This announcement contains the list of issues addressed with the release of ArcGIS Location Referencing 10.7 specific to Esri Roads and Highways.
This is a general cumulative maintenance patch for ArcGIS GeoEvent Server 10.6.1 (Windows and Linux). It addresses several issues, including problems with Stream Service stability and throughput, Data Store layer discovery times, and complex service performance issues.
Off-cycle update. This Mapping and Charting Solutions for Desktop patch updates the 2015-2020 World Magnetic Model (WMM) to include the Fall 2019 off-cycle coefficient update.
Web Watch –White Papers, Blogs and Useful Resources
March 22, 2019 is World Water Day. Find out how the Ontario Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks built Source Protection Information Atlas to protect Ontario’s municipal drinking water sources.
Introduced in ArcGIS Enterprise 10.6.1 is a new web development known as Sites. Sites helps users design and build tailored web pages that highlight an organization’s GIS content.
Spatial data infrastructures (SDIs) are a key implementation pattern for governments and businesses to transform the way things are currently done. Read this blog post to explore the many benefits of implementing SDIs.
This short two-day course teaches you how to apply fundamental cartographic design principles to create maps that are easy to interpret and properly designed for their audience and delivery medium. You will explore a standard cartographic workflow to efficiently produce high-quality maps for print and online use.
Getting to know ArcGIS Pro 2.3 (in French)
|Mar. 28, 1-2 pm ET
Power your basemap with the Community Map of Canada
Apr. 9, 1-2 pm ET
From data to apps in 60 minutes or less
Apr. 25, 1-2 pm ET
Tooling up to be an ArcGIS developer
May 9, 1-2 pm ET
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