[gis_info] Building Web and Mobile ArcGIS Server Applications with JavaScript Workshop

Eric Pimpler eric at geospatialtraining.com
Wed Jan 22 09:40:11 PST 2014

I will be conducting a Building Web and Mobile ArcGIS Server Applications
with JavaScript
Seattle, March 4th and 5th at the King County GIS Center.  The
is based on my upcoming book, Building Web and Mobile ArcGIS Server
Applications with
being published in March 2014 by Packt Publishing.   *I will also be
teaching a live, online version of the class April 1st and 2nd.*

This is a hands-on style workshop with lots of exercises designed to teach
you how to build web and mobile ArcGIS Server applications using ArcGIS
Server, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, and jQuery Mobile.  The workshop is designed
around the content of the book.  In addition to all the workshop materials,
each student will also receive a copy of the book and lifetime access to
all the course content over the web.  All lectures for the workshop have
been pre-recorded so that you can review concepts whenever needed after the

Course Modules:

·         Introduction to HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

·         Creating Maps and Adding Layers

·         Adding Graphics to the Map

·         The FeatureLayer: GraphicsLayer on Steroids!

·         Adding Widgets and Toolbars

·         Performing Spatial and Attribute Queries

·         Identifying and Finding Features

·         Turning Addresses into Points and Points into Addresses

·         Geoprocessing Tasks

·         Network Analyst Tasks

·         Integration with ArcGIS.com

·         Application Design with ArcGIS Templates and Dojo

·         Creating Mobile Applications with the ArcGIS API for JavaScript
Compact Version

·         Integrating the Geolocation API

·         Building Mobile Interfaces with jQuery Mobile

More information at  http://geospatialtraining.com
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