GeoView is a base class for MapView and SceneView, these represent the View in a Model View Controller (MVC) architecture, the Map and Scene that are set on these views represent the model. It contains all of the common operations and events that apply to displaying and working with Maps and Scenes. This includes changing what is viewable area by setting a viewpoint, responding to viewpoint change events, working with graphics overlays and identifying elements that displayed at a given location in the view.
The view label properties. The view label properties are an overall control for whether labels will be created and displayed for layers added to the view. Individual layers can also control whether labels should be displayed for their features. Labels need to be enabled both in the view and in the layer. By default the labeling for a view is enabled. The view label properties also control global aspects of the label appearance e.g. animation effects.
The current TimeExtent of the GeoView. The Time Extent of the GeoView defines how time-enabled data is displayed. Participating layers filter their data to only show data within the time extent set on the GeoView (see TimeAware for details). The range of the time extent includes the start and end values (a feature at 10/24/2016 would be included in a time extent defined as 10/24/2016 - 11/14/2016). Time filtering is not enabled until a non-null time extent is set on the GeoView. When the time extent is null on the GeoView, no time filtering is applied and all content is rendered.
Initiate an Identify operation on the specified graphicsOverlay.
Initiate an Identify operation on all graphics overlays.
Initiate an Identify operation on the specified layer.
Initiate an Identify operation on all layers in the view.
Change the GeoView to the new viewpoint with animation. This function uses the standard animation duration.
Change the GeoView to the new viewpoint with animation, taking the given number of seconds to complete the navigation.