Yet another application ArcGIS JSAPI starter kit

I know, I know. Lately, I’ve been working on this little starter kit in my spare time. I started it because I’ve gotten a few questions about how to build an app with the ArcGIS API 4 for JavaScript. I’ve used this application in some demos, and I’ve gotten requests to share it. So I…


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Youtube Madness Month

I’m trying something a little different recently. For the month of August, I am shooting for one youtube video a day. Yup, one video a day. It’s nuts, I know. But I enjoy doing them, maybe you’ll enjoy watching them. I’m also trying to keep them at 5 minutes and under as well. So you…


How to void your ArcGIS API for JavaScript Warranty!

You may have an existing ArcGIS API 3 for JavaScript application that is running smoothly and is widely used… but you would really like to take advantage of those sweet WebScenes in version 4. But you can’t do a full rewrite yet, or maybe you’re waiting for some features to land in version 4 before…


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Esri UC 2017

It’s Esri UC week. I’m doing a few presentations, if you’re interested I recommend you check them out. The UC is a great conference, a chance to learn all the new stuff in the ArcGIS platform and apps and tools that are available. There is a lot that happens at UC, from industry folks getting…
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Code coverage in your apps

Ok, so this post isn’t necessarily about geodev, but it’s related in that I’m sure a lot of us don’t write enough tests. I’m working on this, and I recently, for some odd reason, got really into code coverage and tooling. Using it as a tool to help guide me to focus on writing my…


Quick intro to esri-loader

This is a quick, I mean quick intro to the esri-loader. I was shooting for 2 minutes, that turn to 5, ended up around 7. The esri-loader is cool if you are building apps with other build tools like Webpack or one of those cool new cli tools to scaffold your apps. A lot of…


Quick Tip: ArcGIS API 4 for JS – When stuff is ready?

When working with the ArcGIS API 4 for JavaScript, the occasion may come up when you ask yourself, Is my layer ready for me to use yet? This question popped on a recent email chain of mine recently, and I realized that there are handful of ways you could answer this question depending on what…


Web Workers in ArcGIS API for JavaScript

Recently there was a thread on GeoNet about how to use workers in the ArcGIS API for JavaScript. This brought up the discussion about the small worker framework that ships with the ArcGIS API 4 for JavaScript. The user was able to figure it out enough to get a cool demo app together. You can…


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How to be a geodev

I recently made a comment in jest about how to be a Geospatial Web Developer. How to be a Geospatial Web Developer? Put it on a business card and figure out the details later.— Rene Rubalcava (@odoenet) April 30, 2017 It was inspired by perusing this reddit thread. I’ve talked about similar topics before. Although,…


Electron with ArcGIS API for JavaScript

Many moons ago, I tried my hand at some Electron. I even tried it out with esri-leaflet and it was pretty straightforward. Recently, a couple of github issues popped up related to this and I realized, I had not talked about how I was using the ArcGIS API for JavaScript with Electron. There is one…