Swift samples demonstrating various capabilities of ArcGIS Runtime SDK for iOS
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This repository contains Swift sample code demonstrating the capabilities of ArcGIS Runtime SDK for iOS. The project that can be opened in Xcode and instantly run on a simulator or a device.

The master branch of this repository contains samples configured for the latest available version of ArcGIS Runtime SDK for iOS. For samples configured for older versions of the SDK, look under the Releases tab for a specific version.


  • Maps - Open, create, inteact with and save maps
  • Layers - Layer types offered by the SDK
  • Features - Working with Feature layers
  • Edit Data - Adding, deleting and editing features
  • Display Information - Displaying graphics, popups and callouts
  • Search - Finding an address
  • Geometry - Displaying geometries
  • Route & Directions - Find a route around barriers and get turn-by-turn directions
  • Scenes - Display scenes, 3D symbols, and scene layers


  1. Fork and then clone the repo. Don't know how? Get started here.
  2. Build and run the project to create a single app containing all of the samples.

Additional Resources

  • Want to start a new project? Setup your dev environment
  • New to the API? Explore the documentation : Guide | API Reference
  • Got a question? Ask the community on our forum


Find a bug or want to request a new feature? Please let us know by submitting an issue.


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