The Arc-GIS server is used to create desktop, mobile, and online applications. Arc-GIS for servers provides programmes and services for organising, displaying, and analysing geographic data. The project uses the Popup-layout API reference and, when applicable, two of its capabilities. Each programming interface provides functions that make it easier for users to connect to geographical data. A fantastic tool for visualising complicated data is keen web maps. They aid in dissecting seemingly unrelated data, uncovering examples that are concealed, and mining enormous databases. Using the Arc- GIS server, data may be produced on the work surface, transferred to the cloud, and shared online. The work’s goals involve displaying geospatial attribute data utilising the Arc-GIS server’s Java script application programming interfaces (APIs). A PopupTemplate prepares and specifies the content of a Popup for a certain Layer or Graphic. The user may use the PopupTemplate to access values from feature attributes and values returned by Arcade expressions when a feature in the view is chosen.
CSIT-IST-JNTUH, Hyderabad, Telangana, India.
R. S. Dwiwedi,
NRSC-ISRO, Hyderabad, Telangana, India.
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Keywords: Arc-GIS server, java script, attribute data, popup template, application programme interface