00:01So earlier today I showed ArcGIS on a bunch of devices. So what's one more?
00:06The Mac platform is both popular and powerful and we want to support it.
00:11So here it is, just for you, ArcGIS Runtime for Mac OS.
00:22Just like Gary showed earlier, it starts up really quickly, and just like any typical mapping application…
00:28…we can switch between basemaps, and we can zoom in and manipulate the map…
00:34…but with native gestures that are native to the Mac using the touchpad.
00:40We can also search for places and zoom to that location.
00:47Now, one of the typical things that people do with Macs is manage their photos.
00:51So I have some photos that are actually geotagged photos.
00:56So what I want to do is just drag and drop them onto the map.
00:59They're placed in their correct location and we can zoom into that area.
01:03And these are just some pictures of our campus in Redlands.
01:07Now, one of the big advantages of writing native applications for a particular device or platform…
01:14…is the ability to get to capabilities of that device.
01:18So I can get into the Image Editor from my Mac, change some properties about this particular photo…
01:24…and save those, and so they're saved in the thumbnail.
01:28So there it is, your sneak peek to ArcGIS Runtime for Mac OS.
01:33And I can't wait for next year, to see what custom applications we come up with.
ArcGIS Runtime for Mac iOS
Jo Fraley demonstrates ArcGIS Runtime for Mac iOS.
- Recorded: Mar 24th, 2012
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- Published: May 15th, 2012
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