5
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3answers
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How to simulate google maps user experience

I’m not familiar so much with GIS applications and libraries. There is something that I would like to know if it’s possible or not. We are using ESRI suite of products as our GIS infrastructure. We ...
2
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1answer
77 views

Interactive Web Maps That Update as Users Change Attributes

I want to create an interactive map where users can go to the website, click on a polygon in the map, and have a chioce of three options. When they click one, it will change the color and update the ...
2
votes
1answer
479 views

Arcgis Javascript latitude and longitude convert to WGS_1984_UTM_Zone_36N

I am using Arcgis Javascript api. I have two points comes from Google maps like this x:-111.67095840000002 y: 32.7558935 I wanna use this points on my Arcgis map. My map spatial reference is using ...
2
votes
3answers
509 views

How to display Google Maps as basemap in a Silverlight application?

I am writing a web mapping application and I use ArcGIS Server services. I want the application to use Google Maps as a base map. I am new to this job. I have searched a lot on the Internet. But I ...
1
vote
2answers
205 views

How do I use a layer of Bing / Google a “WebApplication” in “ArcGIS Server Manager”?

I'm using "ArcGIS Server." I want to publish a "WebApplication". I created a map of my city. I want to have as the background world map with satellite images of "BingMaps" or "GoogleMaps" or "ArcGIS ...
37
votes
4answers
5k views

Why has Web Mercator (auxiliary sphere) become the web map standard?

I understand what the difference is between the Web Mercator projection and Web Mercator Auxiliary Sphere (WMAS). I also understand that both Google and Esri have adopted this projection as their ...
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9answers
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Is it possible to expose Google Maps as background map through ArcGIS server?

I am doing a (non commercial) project where the client doesn't have the budget for purchasing map data like that provided by TeleAtlas. They only need map data for a background map, and they'd like to ...