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by Nikolas Wise


A Node.js ArcGIS Client Library

Interacting with the ArcGIS Platform in a Node.JS environment.

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by Kristina Weis


Videos from PDX Go Talk Night with Go Team, How We Golang

We hosted a PDX Go event, recorded the talks, and we've been using Go for a while.

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by Davy Stevenson


UC 2014 Retrospective

The thoughts and reflections of the Portland team after Esri's 2014 User Conference.

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by Ryan Arana


geobin.io

Create a temporary URL to inspect JSON requests that contain geographic data.

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by Paul Pederson


Introducing Angular-Dimple

A small library of Angular directives for creating charts with Dimple.js.

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by Patrick Arlt


Terraformer

An open source JavaScript geo toolkit, for the server and the browser.

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by Kristina Weis


Amber Case and Aaron Parecki Speaking at Augmented World Expo

Amber and Aaron will be talking Calm Technology and data ownership at AWE2014.

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by Amber Case


You're Invited To Our Office Warming Party

Join us for a party in our new and improved office space!

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by Kristina Weis


Introducing Esri’s Geotrigger Service: Welcome to the Future of Geofencing

Today we launched the Geotrigger Service, which makes it easy for developers to add location awareness to their mobile apps.

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by Jerry Sievert


PostGIS 2.1, Our Showstopper

A quick overview of the bug we ran into with PostGIS 2.1.x, and why it's important.

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by Ryan Arana


Avoiding Dependency Collisions in an iOS Library

How we got around pinning users of the GeotriggerSDK for iOS to the same versions of the open source libraries we use.

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by Kristina Weis


We're hiring an iOS developer!

Come work with us on the next generation of location-based apps!

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by Kristina Weis


Join Us For the MapCamp Hackathon and Presentations

Come January 10th-12th to compete in making the best map-related app with Portland city data, or to party and watch the presentations.

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by Kristina Weis


Beta Launch of the Esri Geotrigger Service

With Esri’s Geotrigger™ Service, developers can add location awareness and location-based alerts to apps for iPhone and Android.

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by Kristina Weis


Realtime Conf Recap

Last month, the majority of our team attended Realtime Conf here in Portland.

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by Amber Case


How We Built MapAttack, a Real-World Geofencing Game (Part 2)

This is a post about how we built MapAttack, a real-time urban geofencing game on Esri's upcoming Geotrigger API!

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by Nikolas Wise


Pixels don't matter.

Analog notions of print production and mobile design.

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by Amber Case


Introducing MapAttack: An Urban Geofencing Game (Part 1)

MapAttack is a game based on capturing and conquering geofences built on the Esri Developer Platform.

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by Kristina Weis


Esri's Portland team will be at Realtime Conf

This October the entire development team here at Esri's Portland R&D Center will be heading to Realtime Conf.

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by Kristina Weis


Amber Case Speaking at Defrag

Amber will be speaking about calm technology at Defrag in November.

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by Kristina Weis


Our new transparent monitor!

We got a sneak peak at the new transparent monitors Apple will be unveiling tomorrow.

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by Nikolas Wise


Three Color Semantic Icon Fonts

Using icon fonts, css, and obsessive fine tuning for scalable, semantic icons.

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by Aaron Parecki


New Open Source Javascript Projects: Esri-Leaflet, Geoservices.js, Terraformer, Pushlet

Part of our work at Esri is to build open-source projects that support people building fun and new mapping applications. We are happy to announce four open source Javascript projects we've been working on in the last few months!

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by Aaron Parecki


Here's why we're excited about the new Android Location APIs

The ArcGIS Geotrigger Service leverages the latest Android and iPhone technology, when these services improve, our technology improves. Our goal is to make the best cross-platform location services for developers, leveraging the best capabilities of the native location services available for existing consumer devices.

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