Tim Purdum

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Let the Sunshine In: Finding Your Daylight with GeoBlazor

Here in the Northern Hemisphere, we are rapidly approaching the Winter Solstice, also known as the shortest day of the year. Yet sunshine is crucial to human wellbeing. Want to know how to find out when the sun rises and set in your location? We can build a Blazor application that shows the Day/Night Terminator, …

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ArcGIS in Asp.NET Blazor – No JavaScript Required! 

Post Updated to reflect the rebranding and latest version of GeoBlazor 12/10/22 In my previous post, I showed how to call the ArcGIS JavaScript API using the IJSRuntime from Asp.NET Blazor. Today, I’m happy to announce a free, open-source NuGet package for accessing ArcGIS directly in Blazor components, no JavaScript required! To get started, create …

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Creating ArcGIS Web Mapping Apps in C# Using Blazor

In my previous post, I showed you how to get up and running with ASP.NET Blazor web development. In this post, I will show you how to use the IJSRuntime feature of Blazor to call into JavaScript and use Esri’s ArcGIS API for JavaScript from within your C# application to create modern web mapping apps. Calling …

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Modern Web Development in C# with Blazor

The graphical internet is nearly 3 decades old (Mosaic was released in 1993). For most of that time, JavaScript has been the standard for web development as the only language that could run inside a web browser. Even our GIS partner, Esri, who has written numerous applications and APIs in .NET for desktop and mobile platforms, …

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