HTML5 and the ArcGIS Platform
Developing Web and Mobile Mapping Applications using ArcGIS and HTML5
HTML5-based web and mobile mapping technology has evolved to a point that organizations are leveraging the HTML5 standard and associated technology to provide ready access to spatial data like never before. As well as delivering straightforward, easy-to-use public access to maps via smartphones, tablets, and desktop web browsers without plug-ins, web mapping development platforms like Geocortex are now being deployed in parallel with Esri's ArcGIS platform to help organizations collect and edit data in the field—including in remote and offline environments.
Using examples and principles associated with the spatial application infrastructure developed by Latitude Geographics, this webinar will explore how organizations are starting to leverage new development possibilities introduced by the ongoing evolution of web standards.
Thursday July 4, 2013
15:00 to 15:45 Central European Time
Another Look at the Geocortex Viewer for HTML5
Recorded: October 17, 2012 (27 minutes)
During two presentations at the Esri International User Conference in July, we previewed what's possible with our new Geocortex Viewer for HTML5 1.1. We showed how our workflow technology can be used to develop task-centric mobile applications, and the demo included cutting edge iPad-based feature editing in a disconnected (offline) environment. For those who missed it or couldn't see/hear the demo due to the number of people, this is an encore presentation. There was a Q&A session at the end of the live presentation, we've posted full written responses to all the questions submitted during the presentation.
HTML5 and Esri-based Web Mapping
Recorded: February 1, 2012 (37 minutes)
This presentation provides an overview of the HTML5 standard for professionals tasked with delivering Esri-based web mapping. It touches on the history of the HTML standard, examines aspects of the HTML5 technical specification relevant to web mapping, and provides an assessment of the state of the standard alongside considerations around leveraging it.