New Course: Programming ArcGIS Server with Silverlight

Posted on May 6, 2010. Filed under: ArcGIS Server, ArcGIS Server for Silverlight, GeoSpatial Training Services |

GeoSpatial Training Services is pleased to announce the availability of a new instructor guided, Internet based Virtual GIS Classroom course entitled “Programming ArcGIS Server with Silverlight“. With our unique combination of hands-on exercises, Flash based lecture materials containing audio, video, code samples, and demonstrations you will be creating next generation web-based GIS applications in a matter of days using Silverlight with ArcGIS Server.

Course Modules

  • ArcGIS Server for Developers
  • What is Silverlight?
  • ESRI ArcGIS Silverlight API Introduction
    • Adding Maps and Layers
    • Creating Base Maps with ArcGIS Online
    • Adding Layers
    • Map Navigation
    • Navigation Tools
    • Map Events
  • Adding Graphics
    • Creating a Graphics Layer
    • Using a Graphic Feature
    • Adding Maptips
    • Drawing Graphics
    • Adding a Feature Layer
    • Working with Symbols and Renderers
  • Working with Tasks
    • Query
    • Find
    • Identify
    • Address Locator
    • Geometry Services (Buffering, Measurements, Selections)
    • Geoprocessing
    • Routing
  • Using Bing Maps
  • Working with Expression Blend 3
  • Capstone Project

The first session of this course will be taught June 21st through July 23rd.

Cost is $567 if you register before May 15th. Regular price for this course will be $715.

You may also register by downloading the registration form and sending back to use via one of the methods listed on the registration document.

We do accept purchase orders!

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