Webinar: Migrating from Web ADF to RESTful Technology
>> December 20, 2011 10 AM PDT
Given Esri’s deprecation of Web ADF, many organizations are in the process of devising migration strategies to shift to Esri’s RESTful web-based mapping platform. In this 30-minute webinar, we’ll explore strategies and best practices to help ensure smooth, efficient transitions.
If you are planning to migrate Web ADF applications, this is an ideal time to rethink how your web-based mapping applications are designed, developed and maintained in order to gain efficiencies and improve productivity moving forward.
This free Webinar will be of interest to GIS administrators, GIS managers and analysts currently using Web ADF who are involved in planning for the transition to ArcGIS for Server using a RESTful approach. The presentation will take about 30 Minutes, but please allow for an additional 15 minutes for Q&A.
Webinar: HTML5 and Esri-based Web Mapping
>> February 1, 2012 10 AM PDT
With the steady growth in smart mobile devices and with every modern web browser now supporting HTML5, the adoption of HTML5 for web-based mapping is clearly on the rise. This 30-minute webinar will provide an overview of HTML5 for generalists, theorize on likely timelines around adoption, and provide information to help you ensure that your organization is positioned to embrace this important standard at the right time.
It may still be a year or more before browser support for the HTML5 standard enables wide-spread adoption, and until then, a pragmatic approach works best. But don’t let that hold you back! Even today, HTML5 offers the opportunity for building platform agnostic mobile applications and solving real-world problems and we will show some examples using the forthcoming Geocortex Viewer for HTML5.
This free Webinar will be of interest to GIS administrators, GIS managers and analysts currently using Esri’s ArcGIS Server platform. The presentation will take about 30 Minutes, but please allow for an additional 15 minutes for Q&A.
Dec. 5, 2011 – Some small edits have been made to the original post.