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Add product to ArcGIS Online

Before you can create a listing in ArcGIS Marketplace, you need to add your app and data to ArcGIS Online. You also need to register your app with the platform.

From my computer

Follow these steps to add a listing for Web AppBuilder widgets or ArcGIS Pro add-ins.

  1. Verify that you are signed in as an administrator of your organization that has listing privileges.
  2. From the Content page , click Add Item.
  3. Select From my computer.
  4. Choose the type of file:

    • Web AppBuilder widget—Browse your computer for a zip file containing the widget files. On the Contents drop-down, select AppBuilder Widget Package.
      Note:

      Read the topic on required files, for the proper way to store your widget files. This will ensure that your users can properly download the Web AppBuilder widget on your listing.

    • ArcGIS Pro add-in—Browse for the ArcGIS Pro add-in file.
    • Rule Package—You can select a rule package for your listing that will allow users to get access.

      Learn more on the usage of rule packages in Esri CityEngine.

      Here are more resources on the usage of rule packages in ArcGIS Pro :

      Note:

      The license type for this listing is license by organization only.

  5. Type a Title.
  6. Type tags that describe your item. Separate terms with commas (for example, Federal land is considered one tag; Federal, land is considered two tags).
  7. Click Add item.

Your item is ready to create a listing in ArcGIS Marketplace.

An application

Steps to add an application in marketplace.

  1. Verify that you are signed in as an administrator of your organization that has listing privileges.
  2. From the Content page , click Add Item and click An application.
  3. Choose the type of app:
    • Web Mapping—A web app built with a web API such as JavaScript.
    • Mobile—A downloadable app built for mobile devices with an SDK such as iOS or Android.
    • Desktop—An app for desktops built on a desktop platform such as Java or .NET (Windows desktop).
    • Application—A desktop application or any type of generic app where you don't have details about purpose, API/SDK, or URL address.
    • Application Extension (Operations Dashboard)—An operations dashboard extension. Only default administrators can add operations dashboard extensions to ArcGIS Online.
    Note:

    You can also add native applications such as windows.

  4. For web mapping, mobile, or desktop apps, choose the Purpose of the app:
    • Ready to Use—Fully functioning website or mobile app.
    • Configurable—Fully functioning app that can be deployed by configuring a file.
    • Self-configurable—Fully functioning app that can be deployed by using an internal app builder. This option enables the Configure App button in item details.
    • Code Sample—Code for a specific piece of functionality, either as a live sample or a description of how to use the sample in an app.
  5. For web mapping or mobile, choose the API (web mapping) or SDK (mobile) used to create the app.
  6. For desktop apps, choose the Platform used to create the app.
  7. For desktop apps, click Choose File and choose the .zip file that contains your app.
  8. For web mapping, mobile, or application extension, type the URL of the app, for example, https://<myServer>/myWebMapApp.
  9. Type a title.
  10. Type tags that describe your item. Separate terms with commas (for example, Federal land is considered one tag; Federal, land is considered two tags).
  11. Click Add Item.
  12. Note:

    Listings must be kept private; you cannot list an item you've shared with everyone (public), your organization, or groups you belong to.

Edit item details

Once you've added your app, you can edit item details, including the title, description, tags, and thumbnail image. These fields are carried over to the listing. You can edit these fields anytime from the Content page (ArcGIS Marketplace) or Console (ArcGIS Marketplace). Your edits automatically appear in the details page and the listing.

Tip:

Delete protection is automatically enabled on your item or collection of items when you create a listing. This is a safeguard from accidentally removing the item from the site. It is possible to disable the option from the item settings.