Offline mapping apps

ArcGIS Maps SDKs for Native Apps support developing offline mapping applications that work where network connectivity is unreliable or entirely absent. You can build offline applications to display maps and layers, style data, edit data, find places, geocode addresses, and find routes. As part of your mobile development workflow you can use tools such as Map Viewer and ArcGIS Pro to prepare different types of mobile data sources for your applications such as offline maps, offline data, mobile packages, and data files. Two common workflows for preparing and accessing offline maps are ahead of time and on-demand. The workflow you use determines how you prepare, synchronize, and access offline maps in your applications.

What's in this guide

This guide shows you how to build different types of offline apps and covers the following:

  • Partially offline apps
  • Fully offline apps
  • Mobile data sources

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