Tag: ArcGIS API for JavaScript

What’s Coming in Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS in the ArcGIS Online July update

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Clarifying 3 questions about Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS

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Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS enables you to create new custom web mapping applications in an intuitive, easy to use, WYSIWYG wizard-like environment. It provides you with the optimal means to create and deploy new web apps without programming. Built on … Continue reading

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Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS v1.1 Developer Edition Now Available!

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Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS enables you to create and deploy new custom web apps that can run on any device without programming. Built on the ArcGIS API for JavaScript and HTML5 technology, the Developer Edition enables you to extend the … Continue reading

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ArcGIS API for JavaScript Version 3.13 Released

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Version 3.13 of the ArcGIS API for JavaScript is now available! Below is an overview of the release including new features, enhancements, and changes included in version 3.13.  For a complete list with API enhancements and bug fixes, check out … Continue reading

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ArcGIS API for JavaScript Version 3.12 Released

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Version 3.12 of the ArcGIS API for JavaScript is now available! Below is an overview of the release including new features, enhancements, and changes included in version 3.12.  For a complete list with API enhancements and bug fixes, check out … Continue reading

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Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS (Developer Edition) Is Here!

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Earlier this month Web AppBuilder was released with ArcGIS Online and the Portal for ArcGIS extension to ArcGIS for Server, allowing users to build powerful GIS apps that run on any device! Now with the release of the Developer Edition, … Continue reading

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Data Visualization with ArcGIS API for JavaScript: Show Data by Size

When there are a bunch of numbers you want to visualize on map, in addition to the previously introduced show data by color approach, another popular technique is to show data by size. This technique is also called proportional symbol in cartographic context. In this blog post, you will learn how to create a sized-based visualization app with the ArcGIS API for JavaScript, and some tips that help optimize the information presentation in your app.
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Data Visualization with ArcGIS API for JavaScript: Show Data by Color

Mapping data values by varying the color has been the most popular way to visualize geospatial data. Academically it is called choropleth by cartographers. If you do an image search for “US population map” online, 90% of the results would be choropleth maps. In this post, we will look at this well-known mapping technique, and learn how you can create a map with our contemporary, easy-to-use API.

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ArcGIS API for JavaScript Version 3.11 Released

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Version 3.11 of the ArcGIS API for JavaScript is now available! Below is a listing of 14 new features, enhancements and changes included in this release. For a complete list with API enhancements and bug fixes, check out the What’s … Continue reading

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Data Visualization with ArcGIS API for JavaScript: Enhancement Options

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In the previous posts, we already learned how to display your data, and how to style your data by unique value with JavaScript API. You might feel content with simply displaying data on a map, but your audience may expect something beyond this. Where can they find the legend? What if they want more information about each feature on the map?

In this post, you will learn how to:

  • Use pop-up to provide additional information
  • Add legend
  • Trigger actions when a graphic is clicked

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