Tag: esri js

Dojo Widget Lifecycle

Widgets are the basis on which a vast majority of the Dojo Toolkit is based on. If you’re not familiar with Dojo, I would suggest just checking it out then coming back to this post. It’s probably overkill in… Read More

5 Tips to Become a Better JavaScript Developer

JavaScript is still a mystery to a lot of people. With it’s growing popularity with things like Node.js, Angular.js, and jQuery, people are wanting to know more and more about the language. With more beginners jumping in, there’s room… Read More

Using AngularJS with the ESRI JavaScript API

I’ve been doing quite a bit of learning about AngularJS since it seems to be the current hot topic in JavaScript. Since I had to rework a map for the city (I’m currently employed with the City of… Read More

Displaying Data Using Feature Layers

This is the third post in a series of posts regarding the ESRI JavaScript API and creating maps on the web. The first one I showed how to create a simple street map, and the second one was on how to draw… Read More

Draw a Point On Our ESRI Street Map

In my previous post, I showed how to create a simple street map using the ESRI JavaScript API. This is a continuation on that post and builds on knowledge gained from that article. So if any of this doesn’t… Read More