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ESRI Sample Flex Viewer is on Tour de Flex

Posted by Charles | June 2, 2009 .

The Sample Flex Viewer from ESRI is up on Tour De Flex now. The Sample Flex Viewer developed using ESRI ArcGIS API for Flex and Adobe Flex. This sample viewer was designed to showcase some of the core capabilities of the ArcGIS Platform through a simple, modern, Web2.0 style and RIA based user interface. This [...]

Did the Google I/O 2009 Spoil the Microsoft Bing Day?

Posted by Sravan | May 29, 2009 .

Google I/O is a developer gathering focused on pushing the boundaries of web applications using Google and open web technologies. This year’s two-day conference appears to have completely overshadowed the Microsoft Bing Day. There must have been two binge parties in both the camps last night for entirely different reasons.
In case you did not [...]

Carlos Labs’ Ground Zero

Posted by Sravan | April 28, 2009 .

Carlos Labs, as an example of Javascript usage on top of Google Maps, created a mapplet called Ground Zero showing the thermal effects of various well-known nuclear devices when dropped on any part of the world.
The formulas used are simplified even regarding the thermal damage, in that they don’t take into account factors like terrain [...]

Rounding Up An Activity-filled Week

Posted by Sravan | April 27, 2009 .

If you feel guilty of surfing the Internet for things not directly related to your work while in office brush it away and plan to strike a balance. Adobe XD has links which support that you are doing the right thing.
Intuity and Xtify together are conducting a contest for a location-based RIA. Huge prizes but [...]

Video Maps From VidTeq

Posted by Sravan | February 25, 2009 .

Almost all Indian cities are expanded haphazardly and the road construction is likewise. For this reason, the addresses are complex and finding directions even more. Add to this the rapidly changing landscapes of a developing country. Thankfully, people are friendly and knowledgeable enough to guide strangers in the right direction. Even then, there are always [...]

This Flex Viewer is Rolling

Posted by Moxie Zhang | February 24, 2009 .

First, the ArcGIS API fo Flex API was released, then we developed and shared the spatial Flex Viewer using the API, after that I wrote about the design of the Flex Viewer, Sravan here saw it and liked it very much, and now what? It’s about time for a reality check after about 4 months [...]

Rounding Up Last Week From Super Bowl to Australian Bushfire

Posted by Sravan | February 9, 2009 .

The NYTimes created a little map built around Twitter showing the location and frequency of commonly used words in Super Bowl related messages. I’m impressed.
Ted announced the launch of new apps on Adobe Groups and promises of more in the near future. Jens shared the presentation of his talk about real-time 3D on the web.
Ethan [...]

Plan Your New York City Visit Using nycgo

Posted by Sravan | January 23, 2009 .

Geoweb RIAs are among the most useful and user-friendly apps we often see. Their use comes from the tailoring done to the use cases and the user-friendliness from the intuitiveness. All said and done, there isn’t much newness one can expect out of them. We all know how Earth and Maps APIs are like. Nothing [...]

Rounding up Last Week

Posted by Sravan | January 12, 2009 .

A harmless tweet lead to a conversation that turned into an interesting debate about the mortality of ColdFusion. Aral says that learning ColdFusion is a waste of time, and Peter believes that it is time for Adobe to help shape ColdFusion’s direction. Many other said many more things on these two posts itself.
James Ward writes [...]

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