2D apps support the following browsers.
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox
- Safari 3 and later
- Microsoft Edge*
Edge runs as a Windows modern app, which is different than Internet Explorer. Consequently, it has network isolation by default for security reasons. If you receive an error message of Hmm, we can't reach this page, read this blog for a solution.
- Chrome for Android
- iOS Safari
3D apps support the following browsers. There is no mobile or iPad support for the 3D app.
- Safari 7.2 and later
Using the 3D app in ArcGIS Web AppBuilder requires a desktop web browser that supports WebGL. The latest versions of the most common desktop browsers have WebGL built in. To test if your browser has WebGL enabled, open get.webgl.org. To troubleshoot WebGL-related issues, see WebGL troubleshooting. Also see the ArcGIS Online topic specific to rendering scene viewer features for additional information.
*Microsoft Edge Legacy and Microsoft Internet Explorer 11 are deprecated and not recommended. Support for these browsers will be discontinued in the future. Use the latest versions of the other browsers listed above.
To use ArcGIS Web AppBuilder, you must have an ArcGIS for Developers account or an ArcGIS organizational account.
If you don't have an ArcGIS account, you can sign up for an ArcGIS free trial.
Supported versions of Node.js
The supported versions of Node.js are 4.2 and later. The 4.2 version is the first Node.js LTS (long-term support) version.
Supported versions of ArcGIS Enterprise
For ArcGIS Web AppBuilder (Developer Edition), 2D apps support ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Enterprise (the Portal for ArcGIS software component is supported for versions 10.3 and later). 3D apps support ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Enterprise (the Portal for ArcGIS software component is supported for versions 10.3.1 and later).
See FAQs for more information.