The 1min job using OGR/GDAL command line. I've changed f=pjson to f=json in your url. You will just need to open the CSV.
ogr2ogr -f CSV localgovernment_events.csv "https://sampleserver6.arcgisonline.com/arcgis/rest/services/LocalGovernment/Events/MapServer/0/query?where=1%3D1&outFields=*&f=json" -lco GEOMETRY=AS_WKT
For points, you may ...
I can use Excel Power Query.
The steps are pretty unintuitive, so I'll spell them out for future reference:
Excel 2016 >> Data tab >> From Other Sources >> From Web
Paste the URL
Remove the Changed Type step
In the Source step's settings, change Open file as from CSV to Json
Click the features row
Click Into Table
Click the List ...
If you're talking about the icons inside the application itself, you can find many of them by doing a search for *.png in the application install directory. Of course what you may want to do with those icons will probably be covered by the terms of service you accept when you install the software.
If you're talking about the more 'marketing-like' icons you ...
Based on the previous answers, I have come across the following implementation:
Step 1 - Register an application on ArcGIS online.
On you AGOL content page click Add Item > An Application.
On the Add an application window, select Application and give appropriate Title and Tags.
You will be redirected to the application overview page. Click Setting at the ...
You will first need to make a request to AGOL to get an OAuth token, then append that token to your query request ("&token=<token)".
You will need to registed an app in AGOL to get a clientID/Secret for your ...
There are tools in ArcGIS Desktop to handle that. On Esri's ArcGIS Server documentation page Delete a Service it says:
If you delete a cached service, the cache tiles, tiling scheme, and
folder structure are retained on disk. If you want to delete the cache
completely, use the Delete Map Server Cache tool. If you want to
delete the tiles but leave the ...