Redland-based ESRI, a provider of GIS tools and software, said this week that it has upgraded its online web services tool. ArcWeb Services 2006 is a web-based, subscription mapping tool and API that allows developers to integrate mapping into any Web-based application. The company has added Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) APIs, a REST API for URL-based requests, a toolkit specifically built around Java 2 Platform Micro Edition, custom maps, and mobile location services support. ESRI has also added route finding, additional mapping data suchas business listings, and better administration of the web services.
posted on Tuesday, December 13, 2005
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