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Explore Eight Incredible Apps at the 2017 User Apps Fair

2017 User Apps Fair

Visit the 2017 User Apps Fair! The 2017 User Apps Fair will showcase the best customized applications that utilize Esri technology. These competitors will present and display their applications at the 2017 Esri User Conference from Tuesday, July 11th through … Continue reading

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GeoForm: Editing via pop-UPs got you DOWN?

Pop-up editing

Frustrated with submitting data via a pop-up? Collecting map information doesn’t need to be so map-centric. Many non-GIS users are accustomed to entering data via a form, not a map pop-up. It’s not always about the map, sometimes it’s about … Continue reading

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ArcGIS API for JavaScript Tips-n-Tricks: Parsing GeoRSS with jQuery

There are quite a few reasons why GeoRSS feeds can be tricky to parse. The reasons include confusing child-parent tag relationships, and some parsers simply don’t work with namespaces (e.g. <geo:lat>) depending on which browser you are using. This is where jQuery comes in very handy, especially if you want your app to function well across the major browsers. The pattern that you can use looks like this:

//Look for the tag <geo:lat> 

Feel free to click here to see a live example and view the source code. Or just download the source and try it out on your machine.



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