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FeatureRenderingMode Class

(Esri::ArcGISRuntime::FeatureRenderingMode)

Enumerates types of rendering modes available for the FeatureLayer. More...

Since: Esri::ArcGISRuntime 100.2

Detailed Description

Enumerates types of rendering modes available for the FeatureLayer.

FeatureRenderingMode enumerates rendering modes available for the FeatureLayer.

The FeatureRenderingMode can be one of:

ValueDescription
FeatureRenderingMode::Automatic (0)The rendering mode for the layer will be automatically chosen based on the geometry type and Renderer.
FeatureRenderingMode::Static (1)Static rendering mode - Features will only update between zoom and pan operations in a retained mode. This mode is ideal, for example, for complex geometries or features rendered with cartographic quality symbology. It may also be suited for rendering features when low-end graphics hardware is used.
FeatureRenderingMode::Dynamic (2)Dynamic rendering mode - Features will be updated during pan and zoom operations for a smoothly rendered display. This mode is not supported by all Renderers. A HeatmapRenderer is an example of a renderer which does not support dynamic rendering mode.

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