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To answer this question in a definitive manner I think you need to focus on exactly what field of mobile GIS development you are interested in pursuing. Based on your current job title, are you interested in developing applications that are primarily geared towards implementing GIS in the field, i.e. data collection, GPS tracking, etc? Or a different field, ...


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First how are you planning to connect the external GPS to your iOS device? Because you either have to purchase an external GPS that already has the capability to connect to an iOS device, or the GPS device can transmit the location via Bluetooth Low Energy (LE). Apple doesn't allow any device to communicate with their iOS devices unless it's part of the ...


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According to the documentation, the answer is yes you can use Google or Bing basemaps in ArcGIS for Windows Mobile. You can also use ArcGIS Online free of charge if you don't have your own ArcGIS Map Server.


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This is the type of error message one can get when one tries to make an HTTP request in an application (ArcGIS Mobile) that is built on the .NET Framework. It is a general Microsoft error message that is not related to the Esri part of the software, i.e., it is the .NET part that generates that message but the cause can come from both sides. It would be ...


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Create Mobile Cache (Mobile) This tool creates a mobile cache with a map schema and GIS data for Mobile Project Center (MPC), a component of the ArcGIS for Windows Mobile product, to build a mobile project. Using the map document's current full extent, this tool generates a mobile cache from an input map document. The output is a folder using the map ...


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I was going to suggest using the dojo gesture library, grabbing the screen coordinates,converting them using esri/geometry/screenUtils, but it appears that dojox/gesture/tap does not contain the pageX or pageY details in the returned event. open ticket. If this did work, you could capture the double tap like this fiddle. Using Hammer.js I got very close ...


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Since you're already taking java classes, I'd look at the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Android, which borrows heavily from java and provides packages that support easy consumption of ArcGIS Server. Still, as others have mentioned, it is worth reviewing the native vs HTML5 debate.



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