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Calhoun County on Flex Viewer

Posted by | February 1, 2010 .

Here is another Flex Viewer sighting. The Calhoun County of Alabama has setup this Flex Viewer to allow citizen search parcel information and properties sales information. They also created a Google Street View widget that allows click at a street on the map to view Google Street View in a popup. Noticeably there are other […]

Flex Viewer Going Green for Nature Conservation

Posted by | January 26, 2010 .

Here is another of the Flex Viewer sighting, Core Conservation Data Viewer. This is from the Nature Conservancy a conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people. Spatial data and related information plays a vital role in conservation at The Nature Conservancy.  A wealth of data […]

Creative Customization of the Flex Viewer

Posted by | January 25, 2010 .

While I’m head-down crafting the Flex Viewer 2.0, there are some creative Flex developers have been busy too making impressive customizations to the Flex Viewer 1.x. Let me start introducing these geo flexers to the community. Dave Bouwman is one of them. Couple of months ago Bouwman re-mixed the Flex Viewer and wrote about it. […]

POP with Flex Viewer

Posted by | September 17, 2009 .

I’ve seen stores for Halloween stuffs poping up already. It’s not a surprise the web will be haunted too. The Paranormal Operating Picture (POP) is a good use of the Flex Viewer for Center for Paranormal Research and Investigation. You might want to spend a bit of time to play with it. I’m sure you […]

Map War in Real Time

Posted by | September 8, 2009 .

“Real Time” is old but new buzz word, ranging from IM, instant brain dump (twittering) to real time search toyed by Google and others. The recent Bay Bridge closure in San Francisco put the web map providers in a “real” time test too. The contenders are Google Map, Yahoo Map and Bing Map. The result […]

Rounding Up Last Week

Posted by | August 31, 2009 .

Bhuvan, India’s Google Earth Killer, for the time being sucks. For now they have the excuses of the terrorist scare and the implications on national security of open access to hi-res geospatial data. While Silverlight scored another win in the sports industry which I won’t report, the Adobe AIR is excited about MLB.com’s OnBase, the […]

Google 3D Maps API For Flash

Posted by | August 5, 2009 .

Google recently announced support for 3D perspectives in the Google Maps API for Flash. SWFs using Google Maps with 3D features can be created using Flash 9/10, though Flash Player 10 has additional improvements in 3D animations that makes it easier to create. The 3D perspective can be introduced to an existing SWF by simply importing […]

GeoWeb Flex Viewer Grows with more Widgets

Posted by | July 9, 2009 .

It’s been more than half year past since the release of ESRI ArcGIS API for Flex based geoweb viewers (Flex and JavaScript). I wrote about the design and architecture of the viewers and showed some real life examples. Since then, the community has taken it on and started sharing and contributing. Besides the widgets come […]

What’s With the Firefox 3.5 Hype?

Posted by | July 2, 2009 .

I am testing Firefox 3.5. The hype surrounding this version, the expectations that Firefox automatically gets in users’ minds, and my poor perception are possibly the major reasons why I am not yet impressed. Decline: Slower startup time Saw this before: Tab Tearing in Google Chrome, Private Browsing in Google Chrome and Internet Explorer 8, […]

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