HTML5

HTML5

Using Your Browser For Location – Cool Kid Style

Published November 13, 2012 by GISi George
Aside from the HTML5 canvas (which we all know to be the greatest thing since sliced bread), one of the cool new kids on the modern-browser block is the Geolocation API; or rather, the ability for your browser to retrieve geographic positioning infor[...]

Developer’s Corner: HTML5 Mapping Evolution

Published November 9, 2012 by GISi George
By: Danny Bradshaw It’s upon us.  The re-invention of the web using a little known technology called HTML5.  Well maybe it’s not that obscure, but there’s no doubt it’s upon us.  As a GIS technology firm, the question is how can we levera[...]

Esri Developer Summit 2012 Insights: Day Three

Published April 2, 2012 by GISi George
Dan Levine Well another Dev Summit is in the Books. This conference still remains the best technical show that Esri does, and it gets better every year. I was a bit worried when it started. The plenary was a little bit lighter technically than it us[...]

Cross Browser Mobile Application Solutions

Published October 17, 2011 by GISi George
The future is all about mobile. We hear this more and more. Anybody who followed the recent Adobe Max conference in LA will have seen Adobes vision of the future; cloud computing and mobile. But in 2011, the mobile space remains confusing; smartphone[...]