Whether you have experience creating Web maps or you're just getting started, here are free resources to help get your projects off the ground.
The Esri Resource Centers are divided into technology groups so that you can easily zero in on the Web applications that will work best for your organization. Each of the resource centers below contain
A code gallery, where you can see and evaluate Web applications
You don't have to be a programmer to get real value out of these sites.
A browser-based application programming interface (API) for developing high performance, easy-to-use mapping applications. The API allows you to easily embed maps in your Web pages. This API is hosted by Esri on ArcGIS Online and is available for free use. Try it
ArcGIS API for Flex
An API that enables you to build dynamic RIAs on top of ArcGIS Server. You can create interactive and expressive Web applications leveraging ArcGIS Server resources—such as maps, locators, and geoprocessing models—and Flex components, such as grids, trees, and charts. It can be downloaded for free. Try it
ArcGIS API for Microsoft Silverlight (BETA)
An API that provides you with a cross-browser, cross-platform development environment for building and delivering RIAs. You can create interactive and expressive Web applications leveraging ArcGIS Server and Virtual Earth resources—such as maps, locators, and geoprocessing models—and Silverlight components, such as grids, tree views, and charts. Try it
ArcGIS Server Blog
Subscribe to the ArcGIS Server blog for in-depth discussions, tips and tricks, and step-by-step instructions for building Web maps. For example, click the
Map Cache tag and delve into caching your maps for high performance. Or
watch a video that shows you how to create a mapping application with ArcGIS Server Manager.