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Esri JS API - Local Stand-alone HTML

Question asked by brassier on May 24, 2013
Latest reply on Oct 16, 2016 by mayubkhan
Hello -

We have a JS app that will need to function offline, and ideally it would function as a stand-alone html page (no IIS or other server).  Is it possible to package the Esri JS API in this way?  So that it really isn't hosted anywhere, but references are based on a local directory structure (e.g. c:\arcgis_js_v34_api\...).  The references could be absolute or relative to the stand-alone HTML page(s).

Thanks
-Brian

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