A layer that can display the basemap layer of a map from mobile map package. More...
This class was introduced in Esri::ArcGISRuntime 100.0.
A MobileBasemapLayer represents a layer that can visualize feature data in a vector basemap of a mobile map package (.mmpk file). It represents multiple feature layers from a geodatabase which are rendered together in a group to form a vector basemap.
A mobile basemap layer can render feature, tiled, vector tiled, and raster data together in a group as a single basemap layer. This layer abstracts the complexity of multiple layers into one simple-to-use layer.
You can create a basemap layer using ArcGIS Pro and package it, along with its map, into a mobile map package (.mmpk) for use offline. Each package may contain one or more maps, each of which can contain a basemap with basemap layers.
If a basemap layer contains features, they will be stored in a compressed format that can be displayed quickly along with any associated labels. This compressed format does not support feature selection, query, identify, or time.
See sample: OpenStreetMap layer