Store, manage, and access content
To store and manage content in the cloud for your applications, you can use the ArcGIS portal. You can store geospatial content, such as maps, scenes, layers, and services, application configurations for templates and builders, and files, such as Microsoft Word and PDF documents. You can access the portal with interactive tools, such as ArcGIS Online and the developer dashboard, or build custom applications that access the portal service. Once content is stored in the portal, you can also build content-driven applications that easily access and display maps, scenes, and data from services. All content is secure and can be private, shared publicly, or shared with specific groups of users.
Learn more in the topics below.
Learn how to build applications with the ArcGIS portal.
Create, manage, and access different types of content in the portal.
Query and search for items in the portal.
Find and manage users in the portal.
Find and manage groups in the portal.
Create a web map
Use Map Viewer to create a web map for your application.
Style layers in a web map
Use Map Viewer to style layers in a web map.
Display a web map
Create and display a map from a web map.
Create a web scene
Use Scene Viewer to create a web scene for your application.
Style layers in a web scene
Use Scene Viewer to style layers in a web scene.
Display a web scene
Create and display a scene from a web scene.
Import data as a feature layer
Use data management tools to import and create hosted feature layers.
Manage a feature layer
Set the properties and capabilities of a hosted feature layer.
Add a feature layer
Access and display point, line, and polygon features from a feature service
Publish a vector tile layer
Use ArcGIS Online to publish a vector tile layer.
Add a vector tile layer
Access and display a vector tile layer in a map.
Create a custom basemap style
Use the Vector tile style editor to style a vector tile basemap layer.
Display a custom basemap style
Add and display a styled vector tile basemap layer.
Store, manage, and access private and public content.
- 1. Limited operations, use HTTP requests.
- 2. Access via ArcGIS REST JS.
Use tools to access the portal and create and manage content for applications.
Manage API keys, service usage, and data with the ArcGIS Developers website.
Create, manage, and share content and data with cloud-based GIS tools.
Create, explore, and share web maps for 2D applications.
Create, explore, and share web scenes for 3D applications.
Vector tile style editor
Style vector tile basemap layers for applications.
Explore, visualize, and analyze both 2D and 3D data with desktop GIS tools.