Ian Peebles and Antonio Adolphues City of Edmond for Coordinating
Cross Timbers Consulting for Sponsoring Breakfast
8:30 - 9:00 a.m.
9:00 - 9:30 a.m.
9:30 - 10:00 a.m.
Presenters: Joel Foster, Canadian County Assessor's Office
Title: Lines & Polygons, a Love Story
Abstract: Parcel Fabric in ArcMap used a model in which each parcel polygon was made up of and related to its own set of lines. With Parcel Fabric in ArcGIS Pro, this is no longer the case. The Canadian County Assessor’s Office has a need to maintain the relationship between polygons and lines that create them but this change in the Parcel Fabric model is a challenge to maintaining that relationship because lines can now be shared among parcels creating a many-to-many relationship. Many-to-many relationships can be tricky to implement. This presentation will cover the in- progress solution developed for this problem which includes details on working with many-to- many relationship classes and working with the “shape” Python object in ESRI feature classes that could have uses outside parcel data
Presenters: Marcus Young, State Historic Preservation Office
Title: All Black Towns of Oklahoma - Remembering Safe Havens
Abstract: This ArcGIS StoryMap highlights “the creativity, entrepreneurial spirits, and tenacity that helped build some of these Black safe havens” with connections to well-known Black history figures such as Booker T. Washington and John Hope Franklin.
10:45 - 11:00 a.m.
Presenters: Brig Bowles, Esri
Title: Push Your Web Maps to a New Level
Abstract: ArcGIS Experience Builder is built on the latest web technologies. As more capabilities are added to Experience Builder, it might be time to consider modernizing your ArcGIS Web AppBuilder apps. In this session, you will learn how to improve your app with the most modern technology Experience Builder offers while keeping a consistent user interface and workflow to minimize the impact on your existing audience. We will talk about Experience Builder templates, building complete experiences and mobile optimization.
11:45 - 12:00 p.m.
Closing Remarks & Door Prizes
Attendees GISP Credits: 4 hours - EDU
Presenters GISP Credits: 1 hour - CON
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