This half-day workshop will get participants started with Arcade, the proprietary expression language developed by Esri for use in ArcGIS products. Designed with the novice in mind, the first part of the class will focus on the basic structure of the language, including syntax, constants, and functions. As the morning progresses, we will delve deeper into creating code with exercises that draw on real-world scenarios. The format for the class will lean heavily on the ArcGIS Online platform, but the lessons will translate to code development in ArcGIS Pro as well.
Requirements: Participants will be provided an ArcGIS Online Organizational student account (Courtesy of The University of Arkansas). A working knowledge of ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Online is recommended. No coding experience required.
This workshop will be brought to you by Micah Seybold of the City of Lawrence, Kansas and Amy Roust of the Kansas Department of Health & Environment.
This course will be conducted over Zoom. Once you have registered, a Zoom link will be provided for you.
Registration is limited!