XTools AGP Features

XTools AGP is a new add-in for the ArcGIS Pro application. Initially provided with a fewer tools and features it will represent broader functionality of the popular XTools Pro extension to ArcGIS for Desktop extending ArcGIS Pro and facilitating transition to this new GIS application for the end-users.

Provides ArcGIS Pro users with capabilities to split polyline features into separate segments in various customizable ways.

Provides ArcGIS Pro users with capabilities to split input polygons into separate polygons using various customizable methods, including splitting polygons by polyline polygon vector layer or graphic layer.

Provides ArcGIS Pro users with capabilities to convert polygon and polyline features to points with customizable options.

Allows building convex and detailed hulls for features of any geometry type (points, polylines, and polygons).

Converts selected polygons to single part polylines and stores them in new shapefile or geodatabase feature class.

Allows converting points from to one or multiple polygons.

Allows converting polylines into one or multiple polygons.

Allows converting points to one or multiple polylines. Resulting polylines can be saved in a new shapefile or as a geodatabase feature class.

Adds X, Y, and Z coordinates to attribute tables of point, multipoint, polyline, and polygon layers.

Сalculates perimeter and area values (including hectares and acres) for polygon layers and length for polyline layers.

Allows exporting table data to the Microsoft Excel application.

Allows exporting table data to HTML files, Microsoft Excel files or text files. 

Tools for viewing your current map location displayed in ArcMap data frame in online map services Google Maps, Microsoft Bing Maps, OpenStreetMap, and in Google Earth, ArcGIS Earth or ArcGIS Explorer desktop applications.

Provides advanced options for copying properties between layers.

Builds Thiessen polygons from point features.

Сreates new layer with additional attributes by overlaying two feature layers.

Erases features from the input layer by features of the overlaying layer.

Finds geometric intersection of the input and overlay features and updates features.