Geocoding converts addresses and place names into latitude and longitude, and vice versa. So when a user inputs Empire State Building, they're returned the exact geographic coordinates of that place, as well as the address.
First, a couple links:Crowdsource Reporter Repo: https://github.com/esri/crowdsource-reporter My Migration Repo: https://github.com/jpeterson/crowdsource-reporter TL;DRIn this blog series, I go through the process of “migrating” an existing Dojo/JSAPI app to use a more modern tooling infrastructure. I did this for real, then wrote about my…(Show moreShow less)
Hi Andy!, I have been playing a bit with it and at first I didn't know how to draw some symbols, then I went back to the article and figured out how to do that. Maybe the article should be linked inside the app as a simple "how to", don't you think? And thanks for sharing!
There’s a lot of cool things available with the December release of ArcGIS Online, but if you are a dev, here’s something you are not going to want to miss: The enhanced interop (data) support for GeoJSON! At this release, you can now import, export and access data from ArcGIS Online hosted feature services via GeoJSON. Here’s what you can do:…(Show moreShow less)
it turns out the capability of uploading flat .geojson files and publishing them as hosted feature layers was added to Portal at 10.4 What's new in Portal for ArcGIS 10.4.1—Portal for ArcGIS (10.4.1) | ArcGIS Enterprise
Wind map and weather forecast for kiters, surfers, pilots, sailors and anyone else. Worldwide animated weather map, with easy to use overlays and precise spot forecast. METAR, TAF and NOTAMs for any airport in the World. SYNPOP codes from weather stations.