An instance of this class represents a layer that can visualize annotation text data.
Allows you to interrogate the properties of a sublayer within an AnnotationLayer and to change the visibility of the sublayer.
A layer that can display data from an ArcGIS Map service by using dynamically generated map images.
A sublayer of an ArcGIS map image layer.
A class that represents a layer that renders scene services or local scene packages.
Class that represents an elevation source that can visualize an ArcGIS elevation image service.
A layer that can visualize data from an ArcGIS map service or a local TileCache by using previously generated tiles.
An ArcGIS tiled sublayer.
A layer that can visualize data from an ArcGIS vector tile source or a local VectorTileCache.
Represents the basemap, which holds layers that provide a geographic context and a visual backdrop for operational data. Layers in a basemap can supply imagery, place names, administrative boundaries, and elevation data.
A layer for displaying data from a Bing Maps web service.
Represents a geographic or time location for quick navigate.
A collection of bookmarks.
Used for defining the perspective of a scene. It is a visual snapshot of an observation of the Earth with various layers displayed in a SceneView.
Represents an image of a chart.
Represents the options used to generate a ChartImage.
A layer that can visualize dimension features data.
Represents a type used for limiting which features are rendered.
Provides definition on how features are filtered from the display.
A Layer that displays dynamic entity observations from real-time services.
Base class for all elevation sources.
A collection of elevation sources.
Expiration details that indicate whether a given package is out of date.
A layer that can visualize a FeatureCollection.
A layer that can visualize feature data.
A container for other layers and group layers. It is used to represent datasets that are composed of multiple layers to be managed as a single layer with respect to display in a map or scene.
A base class for raster layer type that allows for per-pixel adjustments.
Tile information returned by the GetTileDataAsync(Int32, Int32, Int32, CancellationToken) call.
Abstract base class for layers that display cached maps. You would typically work with one or more sub-classes of this class.
A layer that renders an integrated textured mesh.
A class that contains information on offline resources typically associated with a custom style for an ArcGISVectorTiledLayer.
A layer that can visualize KML data.
Describes an object that defines the text, appearance, and position of labels for features within a given scale range via ArcGIS JSON.
A base class for classes that represent layers.
A collection of layers
Collection of properties for layers or overlays that participate in a Scene.
Class to indicate the state of a layer in a GeoView.
Event arguments for the GeoView.LayerViewStateChanged event
This object represents a legend item.
This class allows you to specify how the map/scene should treat feature layers.
Filter features from the display based on the specified active display filter.
A map is a container for layers. Use a map together with a map view to display layers of geographic data in 2D.
A sublayer source that refers to an existing layer in the current map service.
A layer that can visualize the basemap layer of a map from mobile map package.
A mobile map package.
A mobile scene package.
Represents settings in an online web map which the author has configured for offline use.
A layer that can visualize images from the OpenStreetMap servers.
A layer that can visualize a point cloud layer.
Class that represents an elevation source that can visualize raster elevation files.
An instance of this class allows you to display raster data (from a raster data source).
Sublayer source that is a file-based raster, residing in a registered raster workspace.
Filter features from the display based on the current map scale.
A DisplayFilter that is applied on the layer based on the provided scale range.
The scene is a container for layers. You use a scene together with a SceneView to display layers of geographic data in 3D.
An abstract class for all image tiled layers that fetch map tiles from a remote service.
The source of an ArcGISMapImageSublayer, used to create dynamic layers.
A layer that can visualize feature data with different visibility, rendering, popup properties, and so on for some or all of the subtypes in an ArcGISFeatureTable.
A sublayer that allows custom rendering for features of a particular subtype.
Surface contains elevation sources and defines a surface upon which layers and overlays can be draped.
Table Join sublayer source that is the result of a join operation between two sublayer sources.
Represents a sublayer source that is a layer/table defined by a SQL query.
Represents a sublayer source that is a table, a feature class, or a raster that resides in a registered workspace (either a folder or geodatabase).
A local on-disk cache of pre-rendered map tiles that can be used to create a layer.
Controls the display of tracks for a DynamicEntityLayer.
A class for holding a translation and quaternion array. This is used for camera movement while preventing gimbal lock.
Metadata for a local on-disk cache of vector map tiles that can be used to create a layer.
Style information for an ArcGISVectorTiledLayer.
A layer that requests image tiles based on a URL template, providing a simple way to display maps from non-ArcGIS web services or local tile caches.
A Layer that displays data from OGC Web Map Services (WMS).
Describes a sublayer of WmsLayer.
Displays data from a WMTS service by using pre-generated tiles.
An interface for building a Table of Contents.
The types of ArcGISSublayer.
Lists available basemap styles.
Specifies the map style that should be displayed by a Bing Maps layer.
The storage format of a TileCache.
Enumerates styles that can be used to generate a ChartImage.
Enumerates the possible types of expiration.
Rendering modes available for feature layers.
Feature tiling modes available to feature layers. This determines how feature tiling is handled for each layer. Using the default mode is highly recommended. As of now, only services based on service feature tables support feature tiling.
Specifies the visibility modes on a GroupLayer.
The join type (inner or left outer) of a TableJoinSublayerSource.
The strategy for how to use the geometry of the feature when calculating the label position.
The status of a layer in the GeoView.
The image formats supported by ArcGIS map services or ArcGIS image services.
Identifies type of navigation constraint based on the surface elevation.
The ImageTiledLayer behavior for the tiles without data.
Identifies the type of data contained within an ArcGISSceneLayer.
The spatial relationships for filtering using polygon geometries.
Enumerates options for the Scene tiling scheme.
Describes how to combine a feature selection request with the current selected features list.
The options for handling altitude values relative to a Surface in a SceneView.
The image formats supported by ArcGIS tiled map services.
Supported Viewpoint types.