Webinar: Getting Rolling in 2012 with HTML5 & Esri Technology

Computing is becoming increasingly ubiquitous; accessible via an expanding array of devices, delivery platforms, and form factors.

 HTML5 is a standard that will help make this reality more manageable for content authors. Although HTML5 remains too early stage for many types of production applications, opportunities exist to start leveraging HTML5 in ways that capitalize on its strengths, while ensuring maximum longevity and applicability of development investment.
With an emphasis on mobile users and workflow-driven web browser-based applications, this session will focus on specific technology strategies and a recommended general approach for getting started with HTML5 and Esri server technology in 2012. Geocortex technology will be featured, but in the context of a bigger picture, more broadly applicable approach.

This free webinar will be of interest to GIS administrators, GIS managers and analysts currently using Esri’s ArcGIS for Server platform. The presentation will take about 30 minutes, but please allow for an additional 15 minutes for Q&A at the end.  Web Conferencing is provided by GoToWebinar.

GIS Administrators, GIS Managers and Analysts currently using Esri’s ArcGIS Server platform.
Date:        Thurs. Mar. 8, 2012
Time:        10:00 am (Pacific)
Duration:    45 Minutes (30 min. presentation and 15 min. Q&A)
Cost:        Free

To Register Please Click HERE

PLEASE NOTE: The company has also posted up the video recording of the Feb 1 Webinar for all who may have missed it. It can be found: at www.geocortex.com/html5


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