Tag: javascript

Dojo 2 and Web Components

I’ve talked before about how I’m excited about the upcoming Dojo 2 official release. They’ve added some nice updates to the tutorials pages, which are really cool! One of the features I’m excited about revolves around the dojo-cli, which adds new scaffolding and build tools. I recommend the tutorials to get familar with those, but…


What’s happening

I like doing work that has me interacting with users and geodevs. It’s fun, I get some great feedback, some critical feedback, but that’s cool. I really enjoy seeing what others are doing and I enjoy helping people solve their geodev problems. I don’t know what happened, but I filled up my plate pretty good…


Popups, UI, and HAX!

The recent videos have covered an array of topics! Popups I’ve had some interests about working with Popups in the ArcGIS API for JavaScript, so you can check out these videos! The Popup is probably the most widely used widget in applications. It’s the first point of entry to get details about data displayed on…


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…


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…


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…


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…


A look at Dojo 2

I like Dojo. It’s a solid toolkit that’s been around a long time. I’ve had my share of hair-pulling when it comes to integrating Dojo with other JavaScript tooling like SystemJS and Webpack, each time finding some sort of workaround. And yeah, Dijit is getting a little long in the tooth. Long in the tooth….


Using Elm with ArcGIS API for JavaScript

I’m a big fan of Elm. I think it’s a great language to work in, the debugging tools are awesome and once you get the hang of it, it really makes app development flow much easier and just starts to make sense. This is all due to the simplicity of the Elm Architecture. Now, I…