Land Parcel Identification System

Integration with ArcGIS Online | GeoDesign | Mobile | FAQ       About Us | Contact Us

Mobile-Compact Build of the ArcGIS API for JavaScript

jQuery Mobile Example

The ArcGIS API for JavaScript has a compact build that can be used to limit the footprint of the API, resulting in quicker downloads for mobile devices (32 code modules instead of the 80 modules).

This example uses the jQuery Mobile JavaScript mobile framework (A Touch-Optimized Web Framework). The mobile framework styles the web content to make it look like a mobile application. Safari browsers look like an iPhone application and Android browsers look like an Android application. jQuery Mobile is a HTML5-based user interface system designed to make responsive web sites and apps that are accessible on all smartphone, tablet and desktop devices.

Follow this link to: View the mobile app

Bootstrap Example

This example uses the Bootstrap (Built at Twitter) Mobile JavaScript mobile frameworks.

A challenge, and potentially a time-cosuming task of developing mobile web applicaitons is: How to create a positive user experience for small screens? Responsive web design is a philosophy and set of techniques that attempts to address this issue. Responsive web design relies heavily on CSS, media queries, and JavaScript to model the presentation of content to varying devices. For instance, media queries permit you to apply a different style sheet depending on a device's display characteristics (orientation) or the device's screen dimensions.

Follow this link to: View the bootstrap mobile app
Follow this link to: View the Chicago Crime Stats. bootstrap mobile app