Join Jason VanHorn for an in-depth discussion in this video Accessing your applications, part of GIS on the Web.
…Now that you've learned how to build a web mapping application from a web map.…Let me show you the particulars link to accessing the web map, itself.…Here in my content I'm going to click CCEP for the web map itself.…The splash page for that web map is loaded.…And the thing I'd like you to pay attention to is the URL.…Notice that this Web Map has an ID number that's alphanumeric.…
Here, the ID is right here.…It starts with the FB and ends with the 5D.…This ID number is a unique ID number linked to this web map itself.…So when you create web mapping applications that pull in different…web maps, this ID number, alpha numeric number, is what you will use.…Also, if you build any atlas from atlas.ezry.com, and…you create a series of web maps for your atlas,…this is the ID field that you will import into your atlas.…
Furthermore, notice that this URL is different then the application URL.…Let's open up that now.…I'll go ahead and access that right here.…Notice this application has a different kind of ID field.…
- Understanding map mashups
- Finding coordinates
- Mapping with Google Drive
- Geocoding with addresses and coordinates
- Merging data
- Analyzing your map
- Adding GIS layers from services or a file
- Working with the Google Maps, Bing Maps, and Esri APIs
- Sharing and publishing your work
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Mapping on the Internet
2. Google Maps Mashups Made Easy
3. Esri Maps Mashups Made Easy
4. Advanced Concepts: Application Programming Interfaces
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