Recently, I needed to create a legend for an ArcGIS Server map service, and was amazed that it was still a non-trivial activity.
For 20+ years I have relied on Jeff for friendship and technical advice.
Recently, I’ve created a custom Dojo dijit that contains a esri.
[caption id=“attachment_261” align=“aligncenter” width=“450” caption=“Smackdown? (Well, not really…)”][/caption] I have had Robotlegs on my radar screen for months now, just didn’t have the time/brains to really check it out.
Back in Charlotte after another lively ESRI Developers Summit. I went back and read my impressions from last year, and have to say that they were hit and miss.
So, I’m off to the ESRI Dev Summit next week to meet and learn from a legend (the official unit of measure of geonerds) of geonerds.
Today I was working on an issue with a Sharepoint (I know, I know) web part that we have created to host a map.
(Part 1, Part 2, Part 3,Part 3, Part 4) In what I hope is the last post in this particular series, we will get Hudson up, building our project and running our tests.
(Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 5) (Note: I have started moving our builds to rake, the Ruby build DSL.
(Part 1, Part 2, Part 4) One of the tenets of continuous integration is automated testing.