Building A Leaflet.js Map App With A jQuery UI Date Picker

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From 2010 to 2018, Cumberland County was the fastest growing county in the state of Pennsylvania. For a more detailed look, you can check out the Pennsylvania State Data Center's report (pdf). With that growth, comes many subdivision and land development plans that need to be reviewed by the County's Planning Department. They review these … Continue reading Building A Leaflet.js Map App With A jQuery UI Date Picker

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My Experience Contributing to Open Source Projects

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2019 is only two and a half months in, but I've already been more active in the open source community than I had anticipated.   During this short period of time, I've pushed code to the Esri Leaflet Doc, Esri Leaflet Vector, and Esri Leaflet Geocoder libraries.  I don't state this to boast in myself, but to … Continue reading My Experience Contributing to Open Source Projects

CSS Hacks for Esri’s Web AppBuilder

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Note: This article was first published on 9/11/2017. It has been updated to reflect changes working with Web AppBuilder version 2.8. I've recently had the opportunity to develop a few web map apps using Esri's Web AppBuilder (Developer Edition) platform.  It's essentially a HTML5/JavaScript container that displays a web map and various widgets in a … Continue reading CSS Hacks for Esri’s Web AppBuilder

Converting Parcels to Address Points With a Python Script

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I feel that I have grown in leaps and bounds this year with my Python and ArcPy coding skills.  A big part of this has been the various projects I've taken on helping the Pennsylvania South Central Task Force's (SCTF) GIS Workgroup with its regional data sharing.  I've also been learning a lot about ArcPy … Continue reading Converting Parcels to Address Points With a Python Script

Automating GIS Workflows with Python Scripts

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This week I am presenting a session titled Automating Workflows with Python at the Pennsylvania GIS Conference.  The session walks people through the process of creating a Python script that can be set-up as a Windows Scheduled Task.  This would allow simple tasks like data replication and rebuilding address locators to automatically run on a weekly … Continue reading Automating GIS Workflows with Python Scripts

Script Example: Move and Unzip File; Rename Zipped File

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I wanted to share a script I developed as part of a regional GIS group Cumberland County is a member of.  Each member county extracts their data and uploads it to an FTP site.  Then a extract-transform-load process (several scripts) is completed to update the regional datasets.  The simple utility script I'm sharing accomplishes two goals: … Continue reading Script Example: Move and Unzip File; Rename Zipped File