Sud Menon, along with Rex Hansen, Antony Jayaprakash, Mike Shaw, Art Haddad, Jay Theodore, Fred Aubry, Anne Reuland, David Cordes, Jeff Shaner, and Dave Wrazien, provides an overview of development with ArcGIS Server that covers the breadth of the software.
ArcGIS Server is a developer platform for building server applications. This session is targeted at new users and will give you an overview of what ArcGIS Server 9.2 offers developers. We will discuss the different types of applications (web, mobile, desktop) that can be built using ArcGIS server as well as the different Server ADFs and API's that can be used to build these applications. This session will provide an overview of the Web ADF, the Mobile ADF, the core GIS Web Services and the ArcObjects API that are part of server and will serve as a road map to the more detailed deep dive sessions in these areas. We will also discuss core aspects of the server including Geoprocessing and Extensibility. Demonstrations will highlight both the .Net and Java platforms.
This session was presented at the 2007 Developer Summit.
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