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Javascript Spinner with ArcGIS Javascript API

Question asked by DamienRobinson on Jan 15, 2015
Latest reply on Jan 16, 2015 by DamienRobinson

Hi,

 

I'm working on a custom javascript based viewer. This viewer will allow a user to perform a query, then it zooms to the relevant extent. This aspect is working great. However i'd like to add a jquery spinner when the query is performed and stop it once the extent has been zoomed to.

For whatever reason, I can't get this spinner to work within the script tags of the arcgis javascript viewer.

 

I have tried various methods using javascript and other libraries. The basic methodology i'm pursuing is to create two functions, one to stop the spinner, the other to hide the spinner. I downloaded the javascript and css files from the following github: jQuery Spin . I have referenced these in the head of the html page. I have placed the following functions in the map viewer script tags.

function stopSpinner(){

 

 

$('.spin').spin('hide');

 

 

};
function startSpinner(){

 

 

$('.spin').spin('show');

 

 

};

 

The startSpinner() function will be called on the same button click as the query operation, the stopSpinner() would be called immediately after a getExtent call.

 

Are there any issues with using jquery and the arcgis javascript api ?

 

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks,

 

Damien

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