ArcGIS is Esri's catalog of GIS applications with powerful tools for visualizing, maintaining, and analyzing data. ArcGIS makes use of the modern ribbon interface and 64-bit processing to increase the speed and efficiency of using GIS. It allows users to create amazing maps in both 2D and 3D quickly and easily.
If you want to gain a thorough understanding of the various data formats that can be used in ArcGIS Pro and shared via ArcGIS Online, then this book is for you.
Beginning with a refresher on ArcGIS Pro and how to work with projects, this book will quickly take you through recipes about using various data formats supported by the tool. You will learn the limits of each format, such as Shapefiles, Geodatabase, and CAD files, and learn how to link tables from outside sources to existing GIS data to expand the amount of data that can be used in ArcGIS. You'll learn methods for editing 2D and 3D data using ArcGIS Pro and how topology can be used to ensure data integrity. Lastly the book will show you how data and maps can be shared via ArcGIS Online and used with web and mobile applications.What you will learn
GIS developers who are comfortable using ArcGIS, and are looking to increase their capabilities and skills, will find this book useful.
You’ll work through the development of each project, implementing and running the applications while learning new features along the way.
Web frameworks are playing a major role in the creation of today’s most compelling web applications, because they automate many of the tedious tasks, allowing developers to instead focus on providing users with creative and powerful features. Python developers have been particularly fortunate in this area, having been able to take advantage of Django, a very popular open-source web framework whose stated goal is to "make it easier to build better web applications more quickly with less code."
Practical Django Projects introduces this popular framework by way of a series of real–world projects. Readers follow along with the development of each project, implementing and running each application while learning new features along the way. This edition is updated for Django 1.1 and includes an all-new chapter covering practical development tools and techniques you'll be able to apply to your own development workflow.What you’ll learn Capitalize upon the well–defined and stable framework architecture of Django 1.1 to build web applications faster than ever before Learn by doing by working through the creation of three real–world projects, including a content management system, blog, and social networking site Build user–friendly web sites with well–structured URLs, session tracking, and syndication options Let Django handle tedious tasks such as database interaction while you focus on building compelling applications Who this book is for
Web developers seeking to use the powerful Django framework to build powerful web sites.Table of Contents Welcome to Django Your First Django Site: A Simple CMS Customizing the Simple CMS A Django-Powered Weblog Expanding the Weblog Templates for the Weblog Finishing the Weblog A Social Code-Sharing Site Form Processing in the Code-Sharing Application Finishing the Code-Sharing Applications Practical Development Techniques Writing Reusable Django Applications
Fully updated for Windows 7 and Mac OS X Snow Leopard, this new edition of this bestseller returns with all the latest in wireless standards and security. This fun and friendly guide shows you how to integrate your iPhone, iPod touch, smartphone, or gaming system into your home network. Veteran authors escort you through the various financial and logisitical considerations that you need to take into account before building a wireless network at home.Covers the basics of planning, installing, and using wireless LANs Reviews essential information on the latest security issues Delivers valuable tips on how to stay current with fast-moving technology Discusses how to share resources such as printers, scanners, an Internet connection, files, and more with multiple computers on one network
Wireless Home Networking For Dummies, 4th Edition skips the technical jargon and gets you connected with need-to-know information on building a wireless home network.
Geographic Location in the Internet covers Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) related geographic location tracking as it relates to multimedia applications. The recent application-layer protocols for communicating the location information from the mobile device to the applications such as multimedia applications are also covered. Mobile Location Protocol (MLP) of the Location Information Forum (LIF) allows access of the geographic location information to the applications using Web protocol of HTTP. The Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) forum also defined a technical specification for location-based services, which is discussed in detail. A detailed analysis of the location update mechanisms covers various technical issues in location database design, and protocols are compared using simulations and providing provocative conclusions.
Geographic search engines utilizing location data that enable users to make location related queries on the Web are also covered.
The book has exclusive coverage of the technical aspects of privacy such as linkability, credentials, pseudonyms, anonymity and identity management. Different scenarios are defined for the targets, owners, location servers and location data sources and the privacy implications are emphasized.
Geographic Location in the Internet is intended for engineers, developers and designers involved in technical work related to mobile networking and mobile computing. It can also be used in graduate level courses on geographic location and location-based systems.
The Internet of Things market increased a lot in the past few years and IoT development and its adoption have showed an upward trend. Analysis and predictions say that Enterprise IoT platforms are the future of IoT. AWS IoT is currently leading the market with its wide range of device support SDKs and versatile management console.
This book initially introduces you to the IoT platforms, and how it makes our IoT development easy. It then covers the complete AWS IoT Suite and how it can be used to develop secure communication between internet-connected things such as sensors, actuators, embedded devices, smart applications, and so on. The book also covers the various modules of AWS: AWS Greengrass, AWS device SDKs, AWS IoT Platform, AWS Button, AWS Management consoles, AWS-related CLI, and API references, all with practical use cases.
Near the end, the book supplies security-related best practices to make bi-directional communication more secure. When you've finished this book, you'll be up-and-running with the AWS IoT Suite, and building IoT projects.What you will learnImplement AWS IoT on IoT projectsLearn the technical capabilities of AWS IoT and IoT devicesCreate IoT-based AWS IoT projectsChoose IoT devices and AWS IoT platforms to use based on the kind of project you need to buildDeploy AWS Greengrass and AWS LambdaDevelop program for AWS IoT ButtonVisualize IoT AWS dataBuild predictive analytics using AWS IoT and AWS Machine LearningWho this book is for
This book is for anyone who wants to get started with the AWS IoT Suite and implement it with practical use cases. This book acts as an extensive guide, on completion of which you will be in a position to start building IoT projects using AWS IoT platform and using cloud services for your projects.
ArcGIS Pro is a geographic information system for working with maps and geographic information. This book will help you create visually stunning maps that increase the
legibility of the stories being mapped and introduce visual and design concepts into
a traditionally scientific, data-driven process. The book begins by outlining the steps
of gathering data from authoritative sources and lays out the workflow of creating a great map. Once the plan is in place you will learn how to organize the Contents Pane in ArcGIS Pro and identify the steps involved in streamlining the production process. Then you will learn Cartographic Design techniques using ArcGIS Pro's feature set to organize the
page structure and create a custom set of color swatches. You will be then exposed
to the techniques required to ensure your data is clear and legible no matter the size
or scale of your map. The later chapters will help you understand the various projection
systems, trade-offs between them, and the proper applications of them to make sure
your maps are accurate and visually appealing. Finally, you will be introduced
to the ArcGIS Online ecosystem and how ArcGIS Pro can utilize it within the
application. You will learn Smart Mapping, a new feature of ArcGIS Online that will
help you to make maps that are visually stunning and useful.
By the end of this book, you will feel more confident in making appropriate cartographic decisions.What you will learn- Using ArcGIS Pro to create visually stunning maps and make confident cartographic decisions - Leverage precise layout grids that will organize and guide the placement of map elements- Make appropriate decisions about color and symbols- Critically evaluate and choose the perfect projection for your data- Create clear webmaps that focus the reader’s attention using ArcGIS Online’s Smart Mapping capabilitiesWho this book is for
If you are a GIS analyst or a Map designer who would like to create and design a map with ArcGIS Pro then this book is for you. A basic GIS knowledge is assumed.
This book will initially cover the basics of ServiceNow scripting and the appropriate time to script in a ServiceNow environment. Then, we dig deeper into client-side and server-side scripting using JavaScipt API. We will also cover advance concepts like on-demand functions, script actions, and best practices. Mastering ServiceNow Scripting acts as an end-to-end guide for writing, testing, and debugging scripts of ServiceNow. We cover update sets for moving customizations between ServiceNow instances, jelly scripts for making custom pages, and best practices for all types of script in ServiceNow.
The Official Google Cloud Certified Associate Cloud Engineer Study Guide, provides everything you need to prepare for this important exam and master the skills necessary to land that coveted Google Cloud Engineering certification. Beginning with a pre-book assessment quiz to evaluate what you know before you begin, each chapter features exam objectives and review questions, plus the online learning environment includes additional complete practice tests. Written by Dan Sullivan, a popular and experienced online course author for machine learning, big data, and Cloud topics, Official Google Cloud Certified Associate Cloud Engineer Study Guide is your ace in the hole for deploying and managing Google Cloud Services.
• Select the right Google service from the various choices based on the application to be built
• Compute with Cloud VMs and managing VMs
• Plan and deploying storage
• Network and configure access and security
Google Cloud Platform is a leading public cloud that provides its users to many of the same software, hardware, and networking infrastructure used to power Google services. Businesses, organizations, and individuals can launch servers in minutes, store petabytes of data, and implement global virtual clouds with the Google Cloud Platform. Certified Associate Cloud Engineers have demonstrated the knowledge and skills needed to deploy and operate infrastructure, services, and networks in the Google Cloud. This exam guide is designed to help you understand the Google Cloud Platform in depth so that you can meet the needs of those operating resources in the Google Cloud.