cross-platform development

Cross-platform development is the capability supported by a number of ArcGIS APIs that help developers write code with an API that can be used on multiple platforms and devices. For example, ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Java allows you to develop a single code base for Windows, Linux, and Mac.

  • ArcGIS Runtime API for Qt allows developers to simultaneously develop applications for Android, iOS, Windows, macOS, and Linux.
  • ArcGIS Runtime API for .NET allows developers to simultaneously develop applications for Android, iOS, and Windows WPF and UWP.
  • ArcGIS Runtime API for Java allows developers to simultaneously develop applications for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
  • ArcGIS App Studio allows developers to simultaneously develop applications for Android, iOS, Windows, macOS, and Linux.
  • ArcGIS API for JavaScript allows developers to simultaneously develop applications for any device supporting a web browser with a network connection.

Related terms

  • cross-platform deployment

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