Each week a new featured app will appear on the Configurable Apps site. This discussion will reference each app and the additional information about the app.
This weeks featured App is from the University of Minnesota. Although this may seem like a simple app, it is a useful location map that is featured in each building's webpage. The app is an embedded webmap that uses url parameters to add a specific marker symbol for each building.
https://www.arcgis.com/apps/Embed/index.html? webmap=3c8015df0c3c484a96df7739a97ae967 &marker=-93.22... Check out the campus map to see how the pop ups link to the corresponding building pages.
This weeks featured App is from Clayton County Georgia, and is embedded in the Clayton County Fire and Emergency Services website. This was built using the Information Lookup Configurable App. Users can input their address in the search and the app will return information about their station and headquarters in a side panel pop up.
This app has made some great configurations to help users understand how to easily use this app! The initial splash screen shows how to easily use the app with written instructions and an easy to use diagram. The search has been configured to search within the visible map as well as only addresses in the USA to ensure that users can only search for relevant addresses.
This weeks featured app is from Racine County using the Public Gallery app.
This weeks featured app is from UC Riverside using the Embedded web map/Minimalist app.
This weeks featured apps are from the Grand Canyon Trust using the Map Tools app and a corresponding Elevation Profile app for selected Hikes. This app is embedded in the Grand canyon Trust hikes website to provide geographic context of where it's trails are located!
This weeks featured app of the week was created by Virginia Department of Transportation using the Story Map Cascade Configurable App. The App is part of VDOT's great training documents which use the Story Map Cascade to walk publishers through creating data and Maps!
This weeks featured apps are from the City of Azusa California using the Story Map Series app to display three unique maps about Fireworks Discharge Zones. This is a timely map top communicate the regulations and allowed discharge areas for the City of Azusa as the Fourth of July nears
For this week's featured app of the week, I'm cheating a bit and featuring a Geo List Configurable App, made by Esri Product Engineer, Ian Wittenmeyer! This app features some neat content, new features and some custom CSS