Building JAVA Applications Using the ArcGIS Server Web ADF and AJAX (Dev Summit ’08)

Listen podcast from Jayant Sai, Developer, and Antony Jayaprakash, Product Engineer, ESRI on ArcGIS Server Web ADF intro

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One Response to “Building JAVA Applications Using the ArcGIS Server Web ADF and AJAX (Dev Summit ’08)”

  1. manju Says:


    We have a opening for GIS developer, Please refer me some one who fits to the following JD. Job location will be in UK.

    This position involves leading the development of prototype websites in order to demonstrate the potential for data sharing. The objectives for the project are to enable a user to browse or search for a GIS dataset, enable a user to view metadata about a specific dataset, and enable a user to download the underlying dataset in one or more common GIS formats (Esri Shapefile and MapInfo Tabfile as a minimum). In terms of skills and experience you will need evidence of working in a team environment to deliver business specific projects that involve GIS. Technical GIS Skills needed are ArcGIS Server Java Edition 9.2, ArcGIS Desktop, ArcGIS Data Interoperability Extension, Feature Manipulation Engine (FME) and GIS interoperability standards – OGC, WMS, WFS, KML/KMZ, GML. You will also have skills including Java, SOAP web services, XML,Ă”Tomcat, AJAX, CSS and Javascript.


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