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Another Successful DevSummit Europe in Berlin

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Now, in our fifth annual Developer Summit Europe conference, as much as we have learned over the years, we have also grown and are better than ever. Here are some highlights from the event and all of the enriching sessions, … Continue reading

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ArcGIS for Developers: Build apps with over 30 new DevLabs!

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Today we’re releasing over 30 new ArcGIS DevLabs to help you explore and build powerful geospatial apps. What are DevLabs? If you are new to the ArcGIS DevLabs, they are short tutorials that step you through the process of building geospatial … Continue reading

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Blog Series – Importing and Using Your Own Data in Business Analyst – (6 of 6) Using Custom Data with the Business Analyst API for Flex (Part B)

by Mehak Sujan

This is Part B of the sixth and final entry of a six part product team blog series that will walk you through importing your custom data and exposing it in multiple aspects of Business Analyst – such as maps, reports, analysis, and applications. All these entries highlight some great tips and tricks for all things Business Analyst customization. Check out the previous post here.

In my previous post here, I briefly explained how easy it is to program against Business Analyst Server Web Services by taking advantage of our Business Analyst API for Flex.

In this post, I will dig a little under the hood of the demo application leveraging custom data which is combined with Business Analyst data.

Good stuff ahead »

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Blog Series – Importing and Using Your Own Data in Business Analyst – (6 of 6) Using Custom Data with the Business Analyst API for Flex

 by Mehak Sujan

This is the sixth and final entry of a six part product team blog series that will walk you through importing your custom data and exposing it in multiple aspects of Business Analyst – such as maps, reports, analysis, and applications. All these entries highlight some great tips and tricks for all things Business Analyst customization. Check out the previous post here.

In the previous posts in this blog series, we illustrated how you can import and analyze custom data in Business Analyst as well as how to quickly and easily make requests and generate reports against this imported data through the out-of-the-box Web Services in Business Analyst Server.

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Blog Series – Importing and Using Your Own Data in Business Analyst – (5 of 6) Using Custom Data with Business Analyst Web Services

  by Tony Howser

This is the fifth entry of a six part product team blog series that will walk you through importing your custom data and exposing it in multiple aspects of Business Analyst – such as maps, reports, analysis, and applications. The upcoming entries will highlight some great tips and tricks for all things Business Analyst customization. Check out the original post here.

Hello everyone.  I am a product engineer on the Esri Business Analyst Team and I specialize in the Business Analyst Web APIs.  Today, I will introduce how you can quickly and easily leverage Business Analyst Server to perform advanced queries and generate reports against imported data—in the case of this blog series, the data will consist of some cancer risk data published by the EPA which my colleagues prepared and imported into a Business Analyst Server demo server.

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New and Improved Business Analyst Server APIs Available on the Resource Center

  By Chris Wilcox

Check out the updated Flex and Silverlight sample application on the Business Analyst Server Resource Center.  These samples were upgraded to accompany the Business Analyst Server 10.0 Service Pack 2. In addition to using the latest software release, we’ve added the Average Drive Time Report, Match Level Summary Report and Summarize Points Report tasks to the Flex samples with this update.

I recommend taking a look at the new Business Analyst Server Flex and Business Analyst Server Silverlight APIs. They are there to help inspire, instruct and construct your own Business Analyst Server Applications. Follow the links below to the samples:

Business Analyst Server Flex API Samples
http://baserver.esri.com/BAS_Flex/SamplesExplorer.html

Business Analyst Server Silverlight Samples
http://baserver.esri.com/BAS_SL/Default.htm

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USGS and ArcGIS Online map natural hazard events

12/30/09–Earlier this morning several of us sitting in our offices felt the roll of an earthquake – where could it be? Visiting the USGS Natural Hazards Support System site we quickly learned that the quake we felt was located in Baja California, measuring in at hefty 5.8 with a number of aftershocks, one measuring 4.9.

The USGS Rocky Mountain Geographic Science Center, based in Denver, recently released the Natural Hazards Support system application which is built using ArcGIS Online’s JavaScript API (one of several ArcGIS Web mapping APIs available via ArcGIS Online), several ArcGIS Online basemaps, and additional services powered by ArcGIS Server.

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