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Manually setting basemap using ArcGIS API for JavaScript?

javascript,api,desktop,arcgis,esri
Looked over the example can NOT figure out how to set basemap MANUALLY. I don't want a dijit widget, or any other libraries or anything like that. Just want to manually set a basemap to any of the already available types like Topographic, Satellites, Streets, etc. Following this API reference:...

Mask area outside of imported shapefile (basemap/matplotlib)

python,matplotlib,shapefile,esri,matplotlib-basemap
I'm plotting data on a basemap of the eastern seaboard of the U. S. and Canada through Matplotlib. In addition to the base layer (a filled contour plot), I overlayed a shapefile of this focus region atop the data using Matplotlib's readshapefile tool. I'm wondering how I can mask all...

Using tkinter to assign a global variable and destroy the gui

python,user-interface,tkinter,arcgis,esri
I have been writing an annual data verification program and need a bit of user input with it and decided to go the tkinter route. I have created the interface for one of the user input screen, and will have to make others, but I'm having some issues with the...

How to disable touch in fragment area

android,android-fragments,touch,esri
I am developing an app that have map and fragment. Map Contents is fragment in front of map. When i touch in map contens fragment map affected from my touch and zoom in, zoom out etc. All i want to do is disable touch event on map contents fragment but...

MapBox ESRI Data Layer

json,gis,spatial,mapbox,esri
I have a mapbox, and want to display a layer of esri data onto it. The data I'm getting is being pulled in from this json file: https://gis.usps.com/arcgis/rest/services/EDDM/selectZIP/GPServer/routes/execute?f=json&env%3AoutSR=102100&ZIP=93003&Rte_Box=R&UserName=EDDM The data['results'][0]['value']['features'] array looks something like this: [{'attributes': {'key':'value'}},{'geometry':{'paths':[[-13273770,4064608],[-13273762,4064613],....]}}, {'attributes':...