Posts Tagged ‘ESRI’

GIS Jobs at Bangalore, India

May 16, 2014

Hi All,

Hope everyone doing good. 

One of the top IT MNC company looking for strong GIS developers – Mid level (3 to 5 years) and senior developer (5-10 years) positon.

Position at Bangalore, India. I am looking for profiles which has strong application development experience only.

Please send your resumes to me at

ESRI ArcGIS Server Flex API sites

January 20, 2009

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

Especially:  Street view amazing 🙂

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

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

4.  Lenexa Kansas: Good Site

5.  NCES Flex Site:

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.

ArcGIS 9.3 Final Release

June 25, 2008

All set for final release of much awaited ArcGIS 9.3. Shipping will begin on June 25, 2008.

The ArcGIS 9.3 beta closes on June 30th, 2008. Here afterwards, ESRI Support Services will provide support for the final release.

We congratulate ESRI efforts on the making this product.

MapObjects Evaluation Version

April 9, 2008

Jim Barry of ESRI writes  “We are sorry to report that free copies of MapObjects software are no longer available for evaluation.”

ESRI highly recommends that you consider using ArcGIS Engine if you want to use embeddable mapping and GIS components in your application’s design. The easiest and least expensive way to get the ArcGIS Engine developer kit is to subscribe to the ESRI Developer Network. More information here:

Great product from ESRI finally ends in peace. I love MapObjects!



ArcGIS Server on ICEFaces Technology

March 3, 2008


Here is latest development on developing ArcGIS Server Applications on Java by integrating ICEFaces Technology. My friend (see photo below) is working on this new model and details can be found here.

 Guide :

Download Script : Script submitted to code Challenge contest


I wish him all the very best for this efforts!.


 Tom Cruise :)-