ArcGIS Runtime SDK for iOS: AGSFeatureLayer Class Reference
ArcGIS Runtime SDK for iOS  100.12
AGSFeatureLayer Class Reference

Description

A layer that can visualize vector/feature data.

Feature layers display feature data from an online AGSServiceFeatureTable source, or from offline sources such as AGSGeodatabaseFeatureTable, AGSShapefileFeatureTable, or AGSGeoPackageFeatureTable. Feature layers can be used to display, select and query features in a layer. If the underlying feature service or table supports editing, you can use it with a feature layer as a basis for editing geometry, attributes, and attachments. Feature layers are used to store features associated with a utility network.

To display features in an AGSFeatureCollectionTable, use AGSFeatureCollectionLayer instead.

Features are retrieved as needed by the app. Features can be downloaded from a sync-enabled feature service when the device is connected and cached locally for use when the device is offline. Edits can then be synchronized back to the service.

Functional characteristics:

The following sources can be rendered using a feature layer:

  • Feature service - backed by a feature service table. The feature data from the service is cached locally in the table. New features are retrieved automatically when you navigate the map. The local table cache is discarded when the layer is disposed. If sync is enabled, features can be created, edited, and pushed to the server.
  • Geodatabase - backed by a geodatabase feature table. The geodatabase can be a replica of a feature service, which allows synchronizing with a feature service, or taking the content of a feature service offline. Use a geodatabase sync task to synchronize the geodatabase with the service. The geodatabase can also be a mobile geodatabase created by ArcGIS Pro. Mobile geodatabases cannot be synced and use a default renderer.
  • Shapefile - backed by a shapefile feature table. Uses a feature layer to show the contents of shapefiles (.shp).
  • Geopackage - backed by a geopackage feature table. This uses a feature layer to render the tables in a GeoPackage (.gpkg). A GeoPackage is a data source that conforms to the OGC GeoPackage specification. Geopackage feature tables can be edited and saved, but can't support sync, because there is no backing feature service. ArcGIS Runtime supports GeoPackage versions 1.0, 1.1, and 1.2.
  • Web Feature Service (WFS) - backed by a WFS feature table. You can populate the table using Runtime query parameters or raw XML-encoded GetFeature queries. A WFS feature table only supports manual cache feature request mode. Runtime supports OGC WFS versions 2.0.0 and 2.0.2.

WFS server implementations are inconsistent in how they expect coordinates to be formatted. Some return and expect coordinates in (x,y) order, while others expect (y,x). Runtime guesses the correct order by default. This behavior can be configured with the AGSWFSFeatureTable::axisOrder and AGSWFSFeatureTable::filterAxisOrder properties.

  • OGC API Features - Backed by an OGC feature collection table. You can populate the table using Runtime query parameters. A OGC feature collection table only supports manual cache feature request mode. Runtime supports OGC API - Features - Part 1 and OGC API - Features - Part 2.

Individual features can be queried and filtered based on spatial queries or SQL queries. Introduced at 100.3.0, string comparisons for features queried in service feature tables are case insensitive.

The features displayed in an AGSFeatureLayer object are reprojected to match the AGSGeoModel::spatialReference property, if necessary. Local tables cannot be reprojected automatically.

Feature layers expose an AGSFeatureLayer::unsupportedJSON property that, for feature layers based on a feature service, returns a dictionary of values known to the supported web map specification but not explicitly exposed through the Runtime API. This allows you to access information that was saved with the layer, but not used by Runtime. Feature layers also provide an AGSFeatureLayer::unknownJSON property to return JSON that was not recognized.

Performance characteristics:

As full feature information is cached locally in a geodatabase, shapefile, or GeoPackage, and features are drawn natively, this layer type offers excellent display performance when zooming and panning the map within the extent of cached features. Querying features is also efficient, enabling app functions such as real-time updates of query results in a map.

The local cache must be initially created, which can be resource-intensive for the server. The initial download to the device may require extensive network usage and subsequent local device storage. App memory usage increases with the number and complexity of the features cached. Network usage can be eliminated by provisioning the cache directly to the device in advance.

Feature tables backed by a service define three feature request modes. The table's feature request mode controls how and when features are requested from the service:

  • On interaction cache - Features are requested automatically for the visible map or scene extent. As the user pans and zooms, features are cached locally. If the user returns to an area where features have already been loaded, the table won't need to download those features again.
  • Manual cache - Features must be manually populated using a call to AGSServiceFeatureTable::populateFromServiceWithParameters:clearCache:outfields:completion:. Once populated, all queries are made against the local table only. AGSServiceFeatureTable::populateFromServiceWithParameters:clearCache:outfields:completion: can be called again to retrieve more features from the service.
Inheritance diagram for AGSFeatureLayer:
AGSLayer <AGSFloorAware> <AGSPopupSource> <AGSTimeAware> AGSLoadableBase <AGSLayerContent> AGSObject <AGSLoadable> AGSSubtypeFeatureLayer

Instance Methods

(void) - cancelLoad
 
(void) - clearSelection
 
(void) - doCancelLoading
 
(void) - doStartLoading:
 
(id< AGSCancelable >) - fetchLegendInfosWithCompletion:
 
(id< AGSCancelable >) - getSelectedFeaturesWithCompletion:
 
(instancetype) - init
 
(instancetype) - initWithFeatureTable:
 
(instancetype) - initWithItem:layerID:
 
(BOOL) - isEqualToLayer:
 
(BOOL) - isVisibleAtScale:
 
(void) - loadDidFinishWithError:
 
(void) - loadWithCompletion:
 
(void) - onLoadStatusChanged
 
(void) - resetFeaturesVisible
 
(void) - resetRenderer
 
(void) - retryLoadWithCompletion:
 
(void) - selectFeature:
 
(void) - selectFeatures:
 
(id< AGSCancelable >) - selectFeaturesWithQuery:mode:completion:
 
(void) - setFeature:visible:
 
(void) - setFeatures:visible:
 
(void) - unselectFeature:
 
(void) - unselectFeatures:
 

Class Methods

(instancetype) + featureLayer
 
(instancetype) + featureLayerWithFeatureTable:
 
(instancetype) + featureLayerWithItem:layerID:
 

Properties

NSString * attribution
 
BOOL canChangeVisibility
 
NSString * definitionExpression
 
AGSFeatureTablefeatureTable
 
AGSLayerFloorDefinitionfloorDefinition
 
AGSEnvelopefullExtent
 
AGSTimeExtentfullTimeExtent
 
BOOL identifyEnabled
 
AGSItemitem
 
NSMutableArray< AGSLabelDefinition * > * labelDefinitions
 
BOOL labelsEnabled
 
NSString * layerDescription
 
NSString * layerID
 
NSError * loadError
 
AGSLoadStatus loadStatus
 
double maxScale
 
double minScale
 
NSString * name
 
float opacity
 
AGSPopupDefinitionpopupDefinition
 
BOOL popupEnabled
 
NSTimeInterval refreshInterval
 
AGSRendererrenderer
 
AGSFeatureRenderingMode renderingMode
 
BOOL scaleSymbols
 
AGSLayerScenePropertiessceneProperties
 
AGSColorselectionColor
 
double selectionWidth
 
BOOL showInLegend
 
AGSSpatialReferencespatialReference
 
NSArray< id< AGSLayerContent > > * subLayerContents
 
void(^ subLayerContentsChangedHandler )(void)
 
BOOL supportsTimeFiltering
 
AGSFeatureTilingMode tilingMode
 
BOOL timeFilteringEnabled
 
AGSTimeValuetimeInterval
 
AGSTimeValuetimeOffset
 
NSDictionary< NSString *, id > * unknownJSON
 
NSDictionary< NSString *, id > * unsupportedJSON
 
BOOL visible
 

Method Documentation

◆ cancelLoad

- (void) cancelLoad
requiredinherited

Cancels loading if it is in progress, otherwise it does nothing. This should be called carefully because other objects could be waiting for loadWithCompletion: or retryLoadWithCompletion: to complete and this will call them all back with the error of NSUserCancelledError

Since
100

◆ clearSelection

- (void) clearSelection

Clears selection on all features.

Since
100

◆ doCancelLoading

- (void) doCancelLoading

Never call this method directly. The framework calls this method on a background thread when cancelLoad (AGSLoadable-p) is called. It is meant to be overriden by subclasses. Subclasses should override this method to cancel loading their data and call loadDidFinishWithError: (AGSLoadableBase(ForSubclassEyesOnly)) at the end passing in an error representing NSUserCancelledError.

Since
100

Provided by category AGSLoadableBase(ForSubclassEyesOnly).

◆ doStartLoading:

- (void) doStartLoading: (BOOL)  retrying

Never call this method directly. The framework calls this method on a background thread when loadWithCompletion: (AGSLoadable-p) or retryLoadWithCompletion: (AGSLoadable-p) is called. It is meant to be overriden by subclasses. Subclasses should override this method to load their data and call loadDidFinishWithError: (AGSLoadableBase(ForSubclassEyesOnly)) upon completion, passing in the error if any.

Parameters
retryingflag that is true if this method was called from retryLoadWithCompletion: (AGSLoadable-p).
Since
100

Provided by category AGSLoadableBase(ForSubclassEyesOnly).

◆ featureLayer

+ (instancetype) featureLayer

Creates a new feature layer.

Returns
A new feature layer.
Since
100
Deprecated:
100.1. Use featureLayerWithFeatureTable: or featureLayerWithItem:layerID: instead.

◆ featureLayerWithFeatureTable:

+ (instancetype) featureLayerWithFeatureTable: (AGSFeatureTable *)  featureTable

Creates a new feature layer with the given AGSFeatureTable object. Any of the inherited AGSFeatureTable types can be used as the input parameter for this initializer, including AGSArcGISFeatureTable, AGSFeatureCollectionTable, AGSGeoPackageFeatureTable, AGSOGCFeatureCollectionTable, AGSShapefileFeatureTable and AGSWFSFeatureTable.

Parameters
featureTableThe backing dataset whose features need to be drawn on the map by this layer.
Since
100

◆ featureLayerWithItem:layerID:

+ (instancetype) featureLayerWithItem: (AGSItem *)  item
layerID: (NSInteger)  layerID 

Creates a new feature layer with the provided information.

Parameters
itemrepresenting an ArcGIS Feature Serivce. The item's type must be AGSPortalItemTypeFeatureService.
layerIDID of an individual layer in the ArcGIS Feature service represented by the item.
Returns
A new feature layer.
Since
100

◆ fetchLegendInfosWithCompletion:

- (id<AGSCancelable>) fetchLegendInfosWithCompletion: (void(^)(NSArray< AGSLegendInfo * > *__nullable legendInfos, NSError *__nullable error))  completion

Fetches the array of legend infos (AGSLegendInfo) for this layer.

Since
100

◆ getSelectedFeaturesWithCompletion:

- (id<AGSCancelable>) getSelectedFeaturesWithCompletion: (void(^)(AGSFeatureQueryResult *__nullable featureQueryResult, NSError *__nullable error))  completion

Retrieve the list of features that have selection enabled.

Parameters
completionA block that is invoked with the results, or an error if one is encountered.
Returns
An operation which can be canceled.
Since
100

◆ init

- (instancetype) init

Creates a new feature layer.

Since
100
Deprecated:
100.1. Use initWithFeatureTable: or initWithItem:layerID: instead.

◆ initWithFeatureTable:

- (instancetype) initWithFeatureTable: (AGSFeatureTable *)  featureTable

Creates a layer with the given AGSFeatureTable object. Any of the inherited AGSFeatureTable types can be used as the input parameter for this initializer, including AGSArcGISFeatureTable, AGSFeatureCollectionTable, AGSGeoPackageFeatureTable, AGSOGCFeatureCollectionTable, AGSShapefileFeatureTable and AGSWFSFeatureTable.

Parameters
featureTableThe backing dataset whose features need to be drawn on the map by this layer.
Since
100

◆ initWithItem:layerID:

- (instancetype) initWithItem: (AGSItem *)  item
layerID: (NSInteger)  layerID 

Creates a layer with the provided information.

Parameters
itemrepresenting an ArcGIS feature serivce. The item's type must be AGSPortalItemTypeFeatureService.
layerIDID of an individual layer in the ArcGIS feature service represented by the item parameter.
Since
100

Implemented in AGSSubtypeFeatureLayer.

◆ isEqualToLayer:

- (BOOL) isEqualToLayer: (AGSLayer *)  other

◆ isVisibleAtScale:

- (BOOL) isVisibleAtScale: (double)  scale

Check whether this layer is visible at a given scale.

Since
100

◆ loadDidFinishWithError:

- (void) loadDidFinishWithError: (nullable NSError *)  error

Only subclasses should call this method in doStartLoading: (AGSLoadableBase(ForSubclassEyesOnly)) and doCancelLoading (AGSLoadableBase(ForSubclassEyesOnly)) when done loading or failed to load.

Since
100

Provided by category AGSLoadableBase(ForSubclassEyesOnly).

◆ loadWithCompletion:

- (void) loadWithCompletion: (nullable void(^)(NSError *__nullable error))  completion
requiredinherited

Loads data for the object asynchronously. The completion block is invoked upon completion.

You can call this method any number of times, however only one attempt is made to load the data. If it is already loading, it will just continue to load (i.e. not force a reload). If it has already loaded successfully, the completion block will be invoked right away. If it has already failed to load, the completion block will be invoked right away with error previously encountered. This method supports multiple callers and will call them all back on completion. However, each caller's completion block will be invoked once and only once.

Parameters
completionblock that is invoked when object loads successfully or fails to load. An error is passed to the block if the object fails to load.
Note
The completion block is always invoked on the main thread.
Since
100
See also
- cancelLoad to cancel loading
- retryLoadWithCompletion: to force reload

◆ onLoadStatusChanged

- (void) onLoadStatusChanged

Never call this method directly. The framework calls this method on a background thread when AGSLoadable::loadStatus changes is called. Subclasses can optionally implement this to know when their loading status has changed.

Since
100

Provided by category AGSLoadableBase(ForSubclassEyesOnly).

◆ resetFeaturesVisible

- (void) resetFeaturesVisible

Reset the visibility of all features back to their original state.

Since
100

◆ resetRenderer

- (void) resetRenderer

Reset the renderer back to the original renderer provided by the featureTable. This is useful if you, for instance, change the renderer and then want to revert back to the original.

Since
100

◆ retryLoadWithCompletion:

- (void) retryLoadWithCompletion: (nullable void(^)(NSError *__nullable error))  completion
requiredinherited

Tries to reload when an object has failed to load. This method should be called judiciously. It should be called when:

  1. you didn't have network connectivity earlier when it failed and you want to retry now that you have connectivity
  2. the server was down earlier when it failed and you want to retry
  3. the request is taking too long and you want to cancel it and retry, in which case you will first call cancelLoad and then this method

If the data hasn't started loading, it will start loading. If it is already loading, it will just continue to load. If it has already loaded successfully, calls back right away. If it has already failed to load, tries again. This method supports multiple callers and will call them all back on completion. However, each caller's completion block will be invoked once and only once.

Parameters
completionblock that is invoked when object loads successfully or fails to load. An error is passed to the block if the object fails to load.
Note
The completion block is always invoked on the main thread.
Since
100

◆ selectFeature:

- (void) selectFeature: (AGSFeature *)  feature

Select the specified feature. The map or scene will be updated to render the feature with selectionColor.

Parameters
featureAn array of AGSFeature to select.
Since
100
See also
selectionColor
Note
Use selectFeatures: to enable selection on a group of features together. It provides better performance as the map will only need to be updated once.

◆ selectFeatures:

- (void) selectFeatures: (NSArray< AGSFeature * > *)  features

Select the specified features. The map or scene will be updated to highlight the features with selectionColor (cyan by default).

Parameters
featuresto select.
Since
100
See also
selectionColor

◆ selectFeaturesWithQuery:mode:completion:

- (id<AGSCancelable>) selectFeaturesWithQuery: (AGSQueryParameters *)  parameters
mode: (AGSSelectionMode mode
completion: (nullable void(^)(AGSFeatureQueryResult *__nullable featureQueryResult, NSError *__nullable error))  completion 

Select features that match the query criteria. The map or scene will be updated to highlight the features with selectionColor (cyan by default).

Parameters
parametersA parameters object defining which features should be considered.
modeA mode defining how selection needs to be applied to the features.
completionA block that is invoked with the results, or an error if one is encountered.
Returns
An operation which can be canceled.
Since
100

◆ setFeature:visible:

- (void) setFeature: (AGSFeature *)  feature
visible: (BOOL)  visible 

Change the visibility of the specified feature. The map or scene is redrawn to reflect the change.

Parameters
featureto change.
visibleIf YES, feature is made visible. If NO, feature is hidden.
Since
100
Note
Use setFeatures:visible: to change the visibility of a group of features together. It provides better performance as the map will only need to be updated once.

◆ setFeatures:visible:

- (void) setFeatures: (NSArray< AGSFeature * > *)  features
visible: (BOOL)  visible 

Change the visibility of the specified features. The map or scene is updated to reflect the change.

Parameters
featuresAn array of AGSFeature to change visibility.
visibleIf YES, features are made visible. If NO, features are hidden.
Since
100

◆ unselectFeature:

- (void) unselectFeature: (AGSFeature *)  feature

Clear selection on the specified feature. The map or scene will be redrawn to reflect the change.

Parameters
featureto unselect.
Since
100
Note
Use unselectFeatures: to disable selection on a group of features together. It provides better performance as the map will only need to be updated once.

◆ unselectFeatures:

- (void) unselectFeatures: (NSArray< AGSFeature * > *)  features

Clear selection on the specified features. The map or scene will be redrawn to reflect the change.

Parameters
featuresAn array of AGSFeature to unselect.
Since
100

Property Documentation

◆ attribution

- (NSString*) attribution
readnonatomiccopyinherited

Attribution information of the layer.

Since
100

◆ canChangeVisibility

- (BOOL) canChangeVisibility
readrequirednonatomicassigninherited

Denotes whether the layer can change visibility or not.

Since
100

◆ definitionExpression

- (NSString*) definitionExpression
readwritenonatomiccopy

An expression which is a SQL statement where clause to filter out the features to be displayed. The definition expression string uses the SQL-92 where clause syntax (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SQL-92). Be sure to escape special characters in the expression string as required for your platform. The DATE keyword expects the date format yyyy-mm-dd and the TIMESTAMP keyword expects the time stamp format yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss. See the ArcGIS Blog article entitled "Querying Feature Services Date-Time Queries" (https://www.esri.com/arcgis-blog/products/api-rest/data-management/querying-feature-services-date-time-queries/) for more information.

Since
100

◆ featureTable

- (AGSFeatureTable*) featureTable
readnonatomicstrong

The backing dataset whose features are drawn on the map by this layer.

Since
100

◆ floorDefinition

- (AGSLayerFloorDefinition*) floorDefinition
readwriterequirednonatomicstronginherited

Defines the properties that allow a layer to be floor-aware.

When a layer is configured as floor-aware, it has an AGSFloorAware::floorDefinition property that defines properties that allow a layer to be floor-aware. When it is nil (default value) the specific layer does not support floor filtering.

Since
100.12

◆ fullExtent

- (AGSEnvelope*) fullExtent
readnonatomicstronginherited

Full extent of the layer.

Since
100

◆ fullTimeExtent

- (AGSTimeExtent*) fullTimeExtent
readnonatomicstronginherited

The full time extent of the layer 100.2

◆ identifyEnabled

- (BOOL) identifyEnabled
readnonatomicassigninherited

Specifies whether the layer supports identify.

Since
100

◆ item

- (AGSItem*) item
readnonatomicstronginherited

The item the layer has been created from.

Since
100

◆ labelDefinitions

- (NSMutableArray<AGSLabelDefinition*>*) labelDefinitions
readnonatomicstrong

Defines how labels should be displayed.

Since
100.1

◆ labelsEnabled

- (BOOL) labelsEnabled
readwritenonatomicassign

Indicates whether or not features will be labelled on this layer.

Since
100

◆ layerDescription

- (NSString*) layerDescription
readwritenonatomiccopyinherited

The layer's description.

Since
100

◆ layerID

- (NSString*) layerID
readwritenonatomiccopyinherited

The layer's ID specified in the web map item of ArcGIS Online or an on-premises portal.

Since
100

◆ loadError

- (NSError*) loadError
readnonatomicstronginherited

The error that was encountered during the most recent load operation. Will be nil if the operation succeeded.

Since
100

◆ loadStatus

- (AGSLoadStatus) loadStatus
readrequirednonatomicassigninherited

Status of the load operation.

Since
100

◆ maxScale

- (double) maxScale
readwritenonatomicassigninherited

The maximum scale at which this layer is visible. If the map or scene is zoomed in beyond this scale, the layer will not be visible. A value of 0 means there is no maximum scale threshold and the layer will be visible at the smallest scale available for the map or scene.

Since
100

◆ minScale

- (double) minScale
readwritenonatomicassigninherited

The minimum scale at which this layer is visible. If the map or scene is zoomed out. beyond this scale, the layer will not be visible. A value of 0 means there is no minimum scale threshold and the layer will be visible at the largest scale available for the map or scene.

Since
100

◆ name

- (NSString*) name
readwritenonatomiccopyinherited

The name of the layer.

Since
100

◆ opacity

- (float) opacity
readwritenonatomicassigninherited

The opacity of this layer as a value between 0 (fully transparent) and 1 (fully opaque). Default value is 1.

Since
100

◆ popupDefinition

- (AGSPopupDefinition*) popupDefinition
readwritenonatomicstronginherited

The AGSPopupDefinition associated with the popup source. This property will be nil if an error occurs or if the popup source is not associated with a popup definition.

Since
100

◆ popupEnabled

- (BOOL) popupEnabled
readwriterequirednonatomicassigninherited

Indicates whether popups are enabled on this source.

Since
100

◆ refreshInterval

- (NSTimeInterval) refreshInterval
readwritenonatomicassign

Time interval (in seconds) specifying how often the layer should auto-refresh its contents. If 0 or less is specified, the layer will not auto-refresh.

Since
100.1

◆ renderer

- (AGSRenderer*) renderer
readwritenonatomicstrong

The renderer specifying how the features should be symbolized.

Since
100

◆ renderingMode

- (AGSFeatureRenderingMode) renderingMode
readwritenonatomicassign

Mode used for rendering this layer. Static mode is better suited for displaying large datasets (in terms of number of vertices) and for complex symbology because it does not update the layer's display while pan/zoom operations are in progress. Dynamic mode is better suited for smaller datasets that are updating frequently or for more interactive experience as the layer's display is updated continuously while pan/zoom operations are in progress.

Since
100.2
See also
AGSLoadSettings to specify rendering mode for all feature layers in a map or scene.

◆ scaleSymbols

- (BOOL) scaleSymbols
readwritenonatomicassign

Whether the layer's symbols and labels honor the map reference scale. If the map has a positive reference scale, and the layer honors it, then symbols and labels will be drawn at their specified size when the viewing scale is the same as the reference scale, and will grow or shrink as the view zooms in or out, to keep the symbol a fixed size on the map. If the map has no reference scale, the reference scale is zero or the feature layer's scaleSymbols property is NO, then the symbols and labels will be drawn at their fixed screen size.

Since
100.5

◆ sceneProperties

- (AGSLayerSceneProperties*) sceneProperties
readwritenonatomicstrong

Properties to apply only when rendering data in 3D scenes using an AGSSceneView object.

Since
100.2

◆ selectionColor

- (AGSColor*) selectionColor
readwritenonatomicstrong

The color to use for drawing a halo around selected features. Defaults to cyan color.

Since
100
Deprecated:
100.4 Use color property exposed through AGSGeoView::selectionProperties.

◆ selectionWidth

- (double) selectionWidth
readwritenonatomicassign

The width (in points) of the selection halo.

Since
100
Deprecated:
100.4 This property will be removed in a future version.

◆ showInLegend

- (BOOL) showInLegend
readwritenonatomicassigninherited

Indicates whether to show legend information.

Since
100

◆ spatialReference

- (AGSSpatialReference*) spatialReference
readnonatomicstronginherited

The spatial reference of the layer.

Since
100

◆ subLayerContents

- (NSArray<id<AGSLayerContent> >*) subLayerContents
readnonatomiccopyinherited

This layer's sub-layers.

Since
100

◆ subLayerContentsChangedHandler

- (void(^ subLayerContentsChangedHandler) (void))
readwritenonatomiccopyinherited

Block that is invoked when the sub layer contents changes.

Note
The block will be invoked on the same thread on which the event occured, which could be any arbitrary thread. You need to dispatch any UI related work to the main thread.
Since
100

◆ supportsTimeFiltering

- (BOOL) supportsTimeFiltering
readnonatomicassigninherited

Indicates whether the layer supports filtering its contents by a time range 100.2

◆ tilingMode

- (AGSFeatureTilingMode) tilingMode
readwritenonatomicassign

The feature tiling mode in use by the feature layer. Default is AGSFeatureTilingModeEnabledWhenSupported.

Changes how feature tiling is handled by the feature layer.

See also
AGSFeatureTilingMode
Since
100.10

◆ timeFilteringEnabled

- (BOOL) timeFilteringEnabled
readwritenonatomicassigninherited

Indicates whether the layer must use the time extent defined on the owning AGSGeoView::timeExtent and filter its content. Only applicable if the layer supports time filtering (see supportsTimeFiltering) 100.2

◆ timeInterval

- (AGSTimeValue*) timeInterval
readnonatomicstronginherited

Returns the suggested time slider step size for this time aware layer. Can be nil if no time interval is suggested for this time aware object.

100.2

◆ timeOffset

- (AGSTimeValue*) timeOffset
readwritenonatomicstronginherited

A time offset for this layer. This is useful when data from different layers belong to different time periods and must be displayed together. The offset it applied on-the-fly, it does not change the actual data of the layer. The time offset is subtracted from the time extent set on the owning AGSGeoView::timeExtent before the extent is used to filter content from the layer. 100.2

◆ unknownJSON

- (NSDictionary<NSString *, id>*) unknownJSON
readnonatomiccopy

Unknown data from the source JSON. Unknown JSON is a dictionary of values that was in the source JSON but was not parsed by the Runtime.

See also
NSDictionary
Since
100.7

◆ unsupportedJSON

- (NSDictionary<NSString *, id>*) unsupportedJSON
readnonatomiccopy

Unsupported data from the source JSON. Unsupported JSON is a dictionary of values that are supported by web maps, but not exposed through the native Runtime API.

See also
NSDictionary
Since
100.7

◆ visible

- (BOOL) visible
readwritenonatomicassigninherited

Denotes whether the layer is visible or not. The visibility changes can be monitored using Key-Value Observing (KVO).

Since
100