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Yes, you can use an older book with a newer version of the software depending on how wide a gap there is. In the case of 10.1 and 10.3, you should be fine. Depending on your level of comfort in working with software in general and navigating help files, and depending on the changes made between versions, you may find it annoying or frustrating. I took a ...
I think that book should be fine for learning ArcGIS. The software hasn't changed dramatically between 10.1 and 10.3. For most changes between 10.1 and 10.3 you can check out the "What's New?" sections in the online help. What's new in 10.2 What's new in 10.2.1 What's new in 10.2.2 The help for 10.3 can be found here. One major new change that came ...
you can install cartoview www.cartologic.com/cartoview download the windows installer. then install the the map viewer, geodatatables, Cartoserver and Cartotiler apps for the app store http://www.cartologic.com/cartoview/apps/ Once you have all the apps ready check the documentation on cartotiler, you can create popups and thematic maps check the demo site. ...
Well, This link can help, is ArcGIS JS page, it had info and examples. Some of the examples could be nice for your interest.
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