ESRI ArcGIS Server Flex API sites

Here is an interesting thread in ESRI Forums on ArcGIS Server Flex based web sites. Here is the list below

  1. Brain and Royce did a excellent work on Property Information System

http://gis.greeleygov.com/origin/propinfo.html

Especially:  Street view amazing 🙂

2.  City of Boston: One of first Flex based site and sets trend setter for all the developers

http://gis.cityofboston.gov/SolarBoston/

http://gis.cityofboston.gov/zoning/

3. Desoto County GIS:  Wonderful site with wide range of tools- especially Export to PDF

http://www.desotocountygis.com/

4.  Lenexa Kansas: Good Site

http://ch-arcims.ci.lenexa.ks.us/wardStudy/wardStudy.html

http://ch-arcims.ci.lenexa.ks.us/CrimeMap/LenexaCrimeMap.html

5.  NCES Flex Site:

http://nces.ed.gov/surveys/sdds/ed/index.asp?st=NE

If  there were any other sites developed using ArcGIS Server Flex API  please do ping me on the comment section. Almost all the basic functionality for any public web sites are developed in above sites. To summarise the list of functionalites

  1. Map Navigation – Zoom In/Zoom OUT/PAN/Previous/Back/Full Extent
  2. Table of Contents
  3. Selection Tools- Select by Rectangle/Polygon
  4. Tools – Identify , Measure and Over view map
  5. Print with advanced options with legend, scale along with preview option
  6. Export to PDF with Map Legend, Scale, Symbology
  7. Find address
  8. Show latitude/Longitude on mouse move
  9. Simple Queries and Spatial Queries and showing results in datagrid and export results to excel/CVS
  10. Show attributes information with option to zoom in to seleced feature etc
  11. Integration with Google data

Almost all the basic functionalities can able to develop using Flex API. I firmly believe that Flex API surely going to rock in coming days. If ESRI improves the Flex with more functionalities definitely am sure that Flex will lead among other API’s.

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11 Responses to “ESRI ArcGIS Server Flex API sites”

  1. Blue Raster Says:

    http://www.landscope.org/map
    This Beta site is built using ArcGIS Server 9.3 with the Flex API and Virtual Earth tiles.

  2. Flex API – Some Tips and Tracks « Says:

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  3. Pragnesh Says:

    hi laxman,
    i am still in webadf.
    & want to make light version of my application.
    i don’t know flash/silverlight at all.
    it will be start from 0.

    Which API should i go with?

    Thanks
    Pragnesh

  4. Frederic Lamark Says:

    See more sites at: http://www.esri.com/software/arcgis/arcgisserver/live_user_sites.html

  5. Blue Raster Says:

    http://www.adaptationatlas.org
    ArcGIS Server Flex API
    ArcGIS Server 9.3.1

  6. Christian Says:

    http://photomapperserver.alta4gis.de

    ArcGIS Server Flex API
    ArcGIS Server 9.3.1
    RESTful Java Backend (Jersey/JAX)

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  8. ashutosh Says:

    Hi,
    I like to print the maps through mxd using print services REST services. But have no idea how to do it. Can someone plz help me how to do, it will be great if provide some scripts.

    Thanks in advance.

  9. Amita Says:

    Hi, found your site to be interesting and informative about GIS events and developments.

  10. Venkat Says:

    Hi,

    I am happy to see your blog. I would like to know few details about GIS. I started my career as junior GIS developer using .NET . I would like to know the career growth and the opportunities and about the package. I m not aware of all these things. As of now I m working on ArcObjects, ArcGIS server.

    Regards,
    Venkat.

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