Class | Description | |
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AngularUnit | Represents an angular unit of measure used by a Geometry or SpatialReference, or in measurement conversion functions. | |

AreaUnit | Represent an area unit of measure. | |

BasicMaterial | A Material class describing basic graphic properties. | |

CompositeGeographicTransformation | A composite geographic transformation class is an ordered list of GeographicTransformation classes. The geographic transformations are applied in the order they are stored. | |

CompositeHVDatumTransformation | A composite hv (horizontal/vertical) datum transformation class is an ordered list of HVDatumTransformation classes. The hv datum transformations are applied in the order they are stored. | |

CoordinateSystemListEntry | Provides the well-known ID (WKID), name and category (or region) of a particular coordinate system. | |

CubicBezierBuilderEx | A builder for creating a CubicBezierSegment whose methods can be called on any thread. | |

CubicBezierSegment | Represents a third degree cubic Bezier curve for use in a Multipart geometry. To create a cubic bezier segment use the CubicBezierBuilderEx object. | |

Datum | Describes the horizontal datum of a geographic coordinate system. It is returned from SpatialReference.Datum. | |

DatumTransformation | An abstract class for datum transformations. Currently, a datum transformation can be a GeographicTransformation, a CompositeGeographicTransformation, a HVDatumTransformation or a CompositeHVDatumTransformation. | |

EllipticArcBuilderEx | A builder for creating an EllipticArcSegment whose methods can be called on any thread. | |

EllipticArcSegment | Represents an elliptic arc segment for use in a Multipart geometry. To create an elliptic arc segment use the EllipticArcBuilderEx object. | |

Envelope | An envelope is an axis-aligned box described by the coordinates of the lower left corner and the coordinates of the upper right corner. To create an envelope use the EnvelopeBuilderEx object. | |

EnvelopeBuilderEx | A builder for creating an Envelope whose methods can be called on any thread. | |

GeodesicEllipseParameter | Options for creating a geodesic ellipse with the GeometryEngine.GeodesicEllipse function. | |

GeodesicSectorParameter | Options for creating a geodesic ellipse with the GeometryEngine.GeodesicSector function. | |

GeographicTransformation | A geographic transformation is used when projecting geometries between two different geographic coordinate systems. A geographic transformation converts everything that needs to be changed including the units, prime meridian, and the ellipsoid. Every transformation is defined in a particular forward direction, say from GCS A to GCS B, but all are reversible. For example, a geographic transformation may be defined to convert from NAD27 to WGS84. If you are projecting from WGS84 to NAD27, you can use the reversed form of the transformation. | |

GeographicTransformationListEntry | Provides the name, well-known ID (WKID), and WKIDs of the spatial references from which and to which the data will be projected. | |

Geometry | An abstract base class for objects that define geometric shapes. Geometry objects can be used as geometry definitions for rendering data. | |

GeometryBag | A class representing a GeometryBag. To create a geometry bag use the GeometryBagBuilderEx object. | |

GeometryBagBuilderEx | Builder for creating a GeometryBag. | |

GeometryBuilderEx | An abstract base class for geometry builders. | |

GeometryEngine | Utility for performing geometric operations. | |

GridUnit | Represents a grid unit for a geographic location. | |

HVDatumTransformation | A hv (horizontal/vertical) datum transformation is used when projecting Z-Aware geometries between two different geographic coordinate systems and two different vertical coordinate systems. As with geographic transformations, a hv datum transformation converts everything that needs to be changed including the units, prime meridian, and the ellipsoid. In addition, a hv datum transformation transforms height. Every transformation is defined in a particular forward direction, but all are reversible. For example, suppose your Z-Aware geometry is in WGS84 with vertical coordinate system EGM2008_Geoid, and you want to project to NAD83_2011 with vertical coordinate system NAD83_2011. A hv datum transformation is defined to project your Z-Aware geometry from WGS84 with vertical coordinate system EGM2008_Geoid to NAD83_2011 with vertical coordinate system NAD83_2011. If you are projecting from NAD83_2011 with vertical coordinate system NAD83_2011 to WGS84 with vertical coordinate system EGM2008_Geoid to NAD83_2011, you can use the reversed form of the transformation. | |

JPEGTexture | A TextureMap that contains a Jpeg image. Wrap a JPEGTexture within a TextureResource for use with a BasicMaterial when defining a Multipatch. | |

LinearUnit | Represents a linear unit of measure used by a Geometry or SpatialReference, or in measurement conversion functions. | |

LineBuilderEx | Builder for creating a LineSegment whose methods can be called on any thread. | |

LineSegment | A class representing a straight line between a start and end point for use in a Multipart geometry. To create a line segment use the LineBuilderEx object. | |

MapPoint | A MapPoint represents a single location in space. The location consists of X and Y values and optionally a Z and/or M value. To create a MapPoint use the MapPointBuilderEx object. | |

MapPointBuilderEx | A builder for creating a MapPoint whose methods can be called on any thread. | |

Material | An abstract Material instance. | |

Multipart | An abstract base class for multipart geometry types. | |

MultipartBuilderEx | An abstract base class for creating a Polyline or a Polygon. | |

Multipatch | A class representing a multipatch. | |

MultipatchBuilderEx | A builder for creating a Multipatch whose methods can be called on any thread. | |

Multipoint | A Multipoint is a ordered collection of map points. To create a multipoint use the MultipointBuilderEx object. | |

MultipointBuilderEx | A builder for creating a Multipoint whose methods can be called on any thread. | |

Patch | A class to create a patch for a Multipatch. Use MultipatchBuilderEx to construct a Multipatch from patches. | |

Polygon | A class representing a polygon. | |

PolygonBuilderEx | A builder for creating a polygon whose methods can be called on any thread. | |

Polyline | A class representing a polyline. | |

PolylineBuilderEx | A builder for creating a polyline. | |

ProjectionTransformation | A projection transformation describes parameters used to project geometries from one spatial reference to another. Used in the GeometryEngine.ProjectEx method. | |

ProximityResult | Result from a GeometryEngine proximity operation such as GeometryEngine.NearestPoint or GeometryEngine.NearestVertex. | |

ReadOnlyPartCollection | A Read-only collection of ReadOnlySegmentCollection parts used by Polyline and Polygon. | |

ReadOnlyPointCollection | A read-only collection of MapPoints. | |

ReadOnlySegmentCollection | A read only collection of Segment classes. | |

Segment | Abstract class representing a start and end point and how they are connected. The most common is a straight line LineSegment. | |

SegmentBuilderEx | Abstract base class for builders of all segment types to include:
- Line
- Bezier curve
- Elliptic Arc
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SpatialReference | Class representing a spatial reference. | |

SpatialReferenceBuilder | Builder for creating a SpatialReference. | |

SpatialReferences | Contains some common spatial references. | |

Texture | An abstract texture class. | |

TextureMap | A Texture class that contains a raster image. | |

TextureResource | A texture resource class that wraps a Texture instance. | |

ToGeoCoordinateParameter | A class used as the parameter to MapPoint.ToGeoCoordinateString. | |

UncompressedTexture | A TextureMap that contains a raw uncompressed raster image. Wrap an UncompressedTexture within a TextureResource for use with a BasicMaterial when defining a Multipatch. | |

Unit | A common base class between all units, linear, area and angular units. |