The Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS was released in beta with the latest ArcGIS Online update in September 2014. It allows you to create custom apps using a library of ready-to-use widgets. No coding or programming is needed, and your applications can be run on different devices. Just follow these steps.
Recent updates to ArcGIS Online have brought more of the table functionality from Desktop into Online. These enhancements now allow you to edit tables within your browser, use domains to allow for drop-down boxes within your data and have related tables. This post will show you how to get up and running with this new functionality.
The pre-release version of ArcGIS Pro is now available on My Esri. I was up and running in less than an hour and have pulled together the information you'll need.
The September update of ArcGIS Online is largely focused on improving the usability and capability of the existing features. There are some useful tools that are now out of beta and fully supported, including the GeoForm configurable app. These are followed by some new features in beta, one of them being the Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS.
The AddressBase Plus and AddressBase Premium datasets contain a field named Postal_Address. The definition of this field is being changed by the Ordnance Survey to better meet customer requirements. This change should be just what you need if you have ever wanted to search only for locations that receive mail.