- Tapa blanda: 274 páginas
- Editor: Packt Publishing (19 de febrero de 2014)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1849697965
- ISBN-13: 978-1849697965
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An easy to follow tutorial, this book uses a step-by-step approach with exercises designed to give you hands-on experience with this technology. If you are a web or mobile application developer, who wants to create GIS applications in your respective platform, this book is ideal for you. You will need Java Script programming experience to get the most out of this book. Although designed as an introductory to intermediate level book, it will also be useful for more advanced developers who are new to the topic of developing applications with ArcGIS Server.
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Useful? slightly, maybe more so if you have never touched any of this before but then you should be on the ESRI EDN website not reading through a book that just doesn't seem to have much effort put into it.
Obvious observation from reading the other reviews, these people do not own the book, work for the company that published it and/or have never developed an ArcGIS web application and never intend to.
First, the good parts. The author presents many examples that allow you to get your feet wet that employ the ESRI sandbox. This is extremely useful since it doesn't require the user to have their own map, geocoding, or routing services. The material is similar to what can be found on the ESRI website, but the guidance helps a lot. ESRI has a wealth of information and samples that can be adapted but there is little in the way of a linear tutorial. For this, I'd give the book 5 stars.
The other shortcoming is also one of the strengths. By using the ESRI basemaps and services the examples are accessible to everyone. However, there is little coverage of using your own ArcGIS server and a local Apache web server. ArcServer itself is beyond the scope of the book, but it takes some experimentation to get a basemap without referencing the ESRI provided ones. Using some of the dijits also gets complicated when you don't want the default options.
The book is a great introduction but building a real world web application will require a lot of experimentation and learning to read between the lines of the ESRI documentation.