JavaScript is a prototype-based, object-oriented scripting language that is dynamic, weakly typed and has first-class functions.

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Is anyone using JSONP in Web mapping applications to get around the browser same origin policy?

Javascript based Web mapping apps that use ajax requests to get data from a server are limited by the Same Origin Policy to only request the data from a server in the same domain (subdomain and port). ...
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OpenLayers: Use scales instead of resolutions

Venturing around in the OpenLayers source code, it seems like everything related to zoom-levels is done using resolutions. Fair enough since this related directly to screen space. I would like ...
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How to prevent automatic new line when labeling point feature class?

I have a point feature class that I am labelling with the string "EXIT" for a majority of points, but some points will be longer, such as "EXIT into Pacific". I wrote a labeling script that will ...
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What's a good library for displaying many small maps on a web page

I would like to create a visualization on the web similar to the following: http://namemapper.babynamewizard.com/namemapper/ Are there any good libraries for doing this? Is OpenLayers light-weight ...
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Showing a select or hightlighting a point feature in AGS using Javascript

How would you go about "selecting/hightlighting a feature" in the map control when a user clicks on a point in the map - all via ADF Javascript. I know it can be done server side with a selection ...
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How to grab user's mouse click (coordinates) in Javascript

I am just getting to grips with using ArcGIS Server 9.3.1. I am developing in .NET with a very basic Web app in C# - it has the standard ESRI web ADF ASP controls in the web page (Default.aspx) ...
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What embeddable web-based maps exist?

Some of the ones I'm familiar with (in no particular order): Google Maps (http://code.google.com/apis/maps/index.html) Bing Maps (http://www.microsoft.com/maps/developers/) Yahoo Maps ...