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Working with Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS (Developer Edition)

Presenter(s):  Ayan Mitra, Shea Lemar

Abstract: 

This hands on workshop will allow users to do a guided deep dive into using Web AppBuilder Developer edition to create custom GIS Web Applications, widgets and themes.  We will look at the architecture and capabilities of WebappBuilder. We will then guide users through installation and configuration of WebappBuilder on their local machines or a lab machine and integration with Arcgis Online and Arcgis Enterprise. A demo for running WebappBuilder on a production server for organizational use, will also be covered. We will walk users through extending WebappBuilder by adding in external third-party widgets and customizing and creating a new sample widget.   Finally, we will cover strategies and options for deploying WebappBuilder applications & proxies in your organization and review lessons learned running WebappBuilder Applications in a production setting.

Key Takeaway: Users will be able to walk away from our presentation with a deeper understanding of WebappBuilder and the process required to deploy and develop custom applications using this  platform.

Intended Audience: Gis analysts, Mangers, Developers and anyone interested in creating custom GIS web applications.

About the presenter(s):

Ayan Mitra is a GIS Developer with Geospatial Research & Solutions at Arizona State University. He specializes in developing and programming enterprise geographic information system (GIS) applications.

Shea Lemar is the GIS Senior Project Manager for Geospatial Research and Solutions at Arizona State University. Shea provides GIS consultation to students, faculty, staff and private organizations as well as GIS data management, spatial analysis and project management. Her background includes extensive experience in development of GIS for businesses, data collection, GPS, process optimization and project management (both research based and applied).