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I want to develop an app for mobile devices .I'm using ArcGIS SDK for android and i want to have an offline basemap in the app . One solution is use to tpk file.but the size of tpk is too large for the app ( 70 megabyte) . Is there any way to create an offline map with small size ? Is it possible to use vector base map with high performance ? Is there any API that i can to use offline map with small size ?

Thanks

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I would extract out the basemap in the form as MBTiles, see the Android SDK link below:

Local MBTiles

  • @arkwork21. I don't try local MBTiles .what's the difference in size between tpk and local MBTiles? in other words is there large difference in size between tpk and Local MBTiles.Thanks – BBG_GIS Nov 8 '14 at 18:33
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You can try converting your *.tpk to a GeoPackage. The current release of ArcGIS Android v10.2.4 supports vector geopackage format. Here is a blog post about support for geopackage in ArcGIS. The *.mbtiles file used in the LocalMBTiles sample is vector based and is 1.6MB.

  • How can i convert ArcGIS tile map to LocalMBTiles ?Thanks – BBG_GIS Nov 9 '14 at 9:40
  • geopackage not supported for cartographic representation – BBG_GIS Nov 10 '14 at 5:36
  • I acknowledge GeoPackage is limited. The next release of ArcGIS Android will have mobile map packages which will be vector basemaps for offline use. – jdONeill Nov 10 '14 at 18:58

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