ArcGIS Runtime for the Qt integrates a wide range of mapping and GIS capabilities online or offline, including editing, analysis, geocoding, routing, management of web maps, 2D and 3D, data visualization, mobile map packages, and vector tiled layers.
Table of contents
- Download the Runtime SDK for Qt
- Awesome projects & cool demos
- Support and Community
- Additional resources
- Awesome lists for Qt
The ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Qt is the technology you may want to use if you want to build your Android and iOS applications in C++ & QML.
You also have an IDE to use Qt and QML with several templates, it is called App Studio for ArcGIS.
You can also use the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET to build cross mobile applications (Android & iOS) using .NET.
As last resource, you may even consider to make an application or prototype as fast as possible (without writing any code), in this case you should also consider using some of our app builders, like AppStudio or Survey123.
And remember, before reinventing the wheel check the existing Esri mobile apps and consider if it make sense for you to integrate with any of the existings before doing an strong investment.
- ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Qt Official Documentation
- Mobile map package - QML & C++: is a file object (.mmpk) created in ArcGIS Pro. It is a transport mechanism for maps, their layers, data, networks, and locators. A mobile map package can be sideloaded onto a device by email, or by platform-specific transfer mechanism, or it can be downloaded from a portal to the device. It available for applications developed using ArcGIS Runtime SDK starting with version 100.0.
Less than 20 minutes tutorials: Qt DevLabs
Download the Runtime SDK for Qt
- Developer Site:
- ArcGIS Online:
- More: Qt @ ArcGIS Search
Awesome projects & cool demos
Support and Community
- Sometimes is worth to combine GeoNet with the Github issues of an specific repo
If you have an idea you can also share it on ArcGIS Ideas -> ArcGIS Runtime
People you should know
Please find the ArcGIS Experts on this topic using this tool:
They don't work on the support team and some may even not work at Esri, but they are opening some projects and sharing insights related to this technology so we recommend you to follow them.
- News tagged as "Qt" at blogs.esri.com
- "Qt" at esri.com search engine
- Blog Posts about "Qt" inside Places at GeoNet
- Twitter accounts:
Awesome lists for Qt
You will find a lot of interesting resources to learn an improve your skills with Qt: