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I'm the maintainer of the app that Sean Barbeau linked to, and I must say that yes, Leaflet is pretty solid on mobile. You can install the MTA Bus Time app to see how it performs. That said, Leaflet 1.0 looks like it will be even better. If your requirements are not onerous (e.g. you don't need OpenGL), it's the easiest way to go.
Your webmapping offline code will be located in Assets folder. You can put your tiles (XYZ or TMS) in a folder hierarchy inside Assets, too, and access your tiles via relative paths. You really don't need a web server, the same way you don't need it to import a JS file into your HTML page.
In Python import matplotlib.pyplot as plt import numpy as np # Constants RADIUS_OF_EARTH_IN_METERS = 6372.8 fig = plt.figure(figsize=(12,12)) # Square figu def create_random_point(x0,y0,r): r = r/ 111300 u = np.random.uniform(0,1) v = np.random.uniform(0,1) w = r * np.sqrt(u) t = 2 * np.pi * v x = w * np.cos(t) x1 = x / ...
Try Orux maps. It allows downloading tiles for offline viewing and you can also use your own georeferenced images. It also has some other nice functionalities that might be useful to you. And it's free!
As an alternative to Custom Maps mentioned below, I would suggest GeoViewer. It can do what you need. It can load MrSID and JPEG2000 formats from local storage and arrange them automatically. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lizardtech.activity
No, there is not an IdentityManager class/API in ArcGIS Android API with v10.2.x. It currently supports user credentials, token based or HTTP authentication. You can implement self-signed certificates as well, more information can be found in this developers guide doc. Moving forward with Quartz there will be support for a credential cache and challenge ...
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