Google introduced a host of new features for its App Engine platform Wednesday to make it more useful to developers who are increasingly relying upon it to run business applications. The upgrades were announced Wednesday at the start of Google I/O, its annual developers conference in San Francisco. Among other things, App Engine Release 1.7.0 more »
We were asked today to give our thoughts on the potential integration of Apple’s new Maps app with Yelp check-ins. Here are our thoughts: I’ll admit to having mixed feelings about check-in. Foursquare has never convinced me; badges for multiple check-ins and small discounts on products for check-in loyalty I have never thought would attract more »
Our thinking has been for the longest time that mobile will revolutionize the field of location-focused technology. Niche areas like GIS will be pulled into the mainstream under the location technology umbrella. Location based services (LBS) will coalesce with other location focused technologies. As a company, we made a strategic decision nearly 2 years ago more »
[Salt Lake City - 2nd October, 2011] In June 2011, WebMapSolutions released a cross platform mobile ArcGIS map viewer to the Apple, Android and BlackBerry app stores. Based on the ESRI Flex ArcGIS viewer, the app was released as a free download. After feedback from users, we have upgraded the free viewer. These changes dramatically more »
[Salt Lake City - 16 September, 2011] WebMapSolutions have just released a free version of their ArcGIS Viewer. This is a highly customizable map viewer which takes full advantage of the GIS capabilities of ESRI’s ArcGIS. It is based on popular ESRI ArcGIS Flex Viewer. Now you can take ArcGIS into the field. Not only more »
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