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Cartograms, ArcGIS JavaScript, and ArcGIS for Smart Communities round out this list of popular GeoNet content

Blog Post created by timothy_hales-esristaff Employee on Aug 17, 2015

As the community manager for GeoNet I see a lot of interesting stats about the community. Although I am not able to read every discussion, blog post, or document; I do see a few gems that bubble up to the top. I don't have current plans to start a regular cadence for this list, but I'll try to share a few of these as often as I can. Here are some notable topics that you may have interest in:

 

ArcGIS JavaScript Promises and Web Mobile (Part 1)

by Andy Gup

If you haven't had a chance to read up on what's coming in the next major release of the ArcGIS API for JavaScript v4, then it's time to get your game on and brush up on some of the exciting changes that can be explored today in v4 beta1.

 

ArcGIS Pro 1.1 update negative impacts--Help!! (Answered)

ArcGIS Pro

We are working on some travel time studies, and realized that the Summarize Nearby tool would suit our needs. Pre-update (when we just had Pro 1.0) everything worked perfectly. We would open the tool, set our parameters, click run, and the results would pop up right on the map. Now that Pro has updated to 1.1, we have no results.

 

Creating Cartograms with ArcGIS for Desktop 10.3.1

by Aitor Calero García

Have you ever wonder how to create cartograms in ArcGIS? In case that you do not know what a cartogram is, just have a look...

 

Web AppBuilder Developer 1.2 - The Small things, Good and Bad

by Robert Scheitlin, GISP

I thought I would blog about the Web App Builder Developer 1.2 that was released 8/12/15, but instead of re hashing whats the big new things in Web AppBuilder Dev, 1.2, I will focus on the little changes that may go unnoticed by some users.

 

ArcGIS for Smart Communities

State

It's always nice to hear from peers and experts. Here you will find the information you need to better understand what it means to be a smart community and how Esri can help.

 

Thinking in modules

by Rene Rubalcava

A while ago I wrote an article on how to Embrace your AMD modules. A couple of questions popped up on seeing examples of how to do so, using best practices and recommended ways of working with modules. So I thought I would try to help out with that today.

 

Importing Lat Log cordinates  (Answered)

GIS

I have a large number of images that have lat long coordinates in their EXIF metadata which represent the location where the image was taken from. I want to draw a map showing whether the images were taken from to include in a report.

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