ArcGIS Pro 3.0
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What’s New in ArcGIS Pro 3.0
New Start Page–
You can now search the recents list for any project you are looking for. You can also filter by Name and Date. On right click, you can remove a project from the list. Show the project in File Explorer, or clear the entire list.
It’s also have added a dedicated Learn Page containing quick start tutorials, information provided through Discovery Paths, and any other resources you may need a started with ArcGIS Pro.
New Package Manager–
The Python Backstage has been renamed to Package Manager. You can now activate an environment from the dropdown menu.
From the Environment Manager, you can easily see what environment is initialized or active, you can easily repair, upgrade, rename environment.
After upgradaing this 2.7 environment, it is now Python 3.9 compatible, and can be activated in Pro 3.0.
Maps are now supported in reports. With a subsection activated, a map can be inserted from the Ribbon.
When inserted into a report header or footer section in the static map. It can be activated, and its content and extent can be maually modified.
Map inserted into a group header and footer, or detail subsection are dynamic.
The map extent, scale and rotation can be modified from the element pane.
Neo4j Support & Improvements
With ArcGIS Knowledge, you can create geographic layout and link chart, displaying entities and their relationships, between spatial and non and spatial data.
Use the search and filter pane to create selections on the link chart, map or investigation view and filter through connected information to explore and refine data.
Detect communities to find entities that are closely connected to each other and loosely connected to entities in other communities.
Lastly, create knowledge graphs with a No SQL Data store referencing Neo4j.
Layout and Maps
New Export Presets allow to more quickly generate exports by opening the export pane with known settings applied..
Why Release ArcGIS Pro 3.0
The 3 primary reasons for moving to a Pro 3.0 release are:
- Make functional, performance, and quality improvements not possible without breaking changes
- Update to .NET 6, Microsoft’s latest version with Long Term Support
- Refactor the Pro APIs for improved consistency, quality and ease of use