ArcGIS 10.3 is out

The new release of ArcGIS 10.3 is out.  ESRI says “it is a major release that will help you discover, make, use, and share maps from any device, anywhere, at any time”. From the version ArcGIS 10.2 we no longer have 3 types of ArcMap licences: ArcInfo, ArcEditor and ArcView. There is ArcGIS Pro. And this time the upgrade is a major redesign. The user interface has been totally renewed. It looks similarly to Office 2013 and looks really good. But also the system architecture has been significantly improved. ArcGIS Pro is 64-bit, multi-threaded software which is supposed to process data faster than ever before. It also features a new a new display engine to render map without problems.



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Also ArcGIS online gets a major improvement with a new tool called Web AppBuilder. The tool lets you interactively create and design GIS apps without writing a single line of code. Any apps you build with Web AppBuilder can run on any device.

ArcGIS online

Learn more about new ArcGIS here.

source: ESRI

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