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  • Hosted Feature Layer vs. Hosted Feature View August 19, 2019
    What is the difference between a hosted feature layer and a view of a hosted feature layer? I thought that the view could have different settings from the original layer. For example, the original service is editable, but I don't want the view to be editable. Is that possible?
  • ArcGIS Online to Excel and Back August 19, 2019
    I have a very big and rather complicated project that I'm trying to streamline the data entry for.  Throughout the field season, we constantly have data coming in and I would like that to be done through ArcGIS online.  I know how to create the feature layer and have this done through ArcCollector the problem […]
  • Do multiple arcade expressions affect loading time? August 19, 2019
    Good Morning, I am doing what I can to deduce why my ops dash is taking so long to load and one thing I wanted to check with the community is regarding Arcade Expressions. If I use multiple arcade expressions in my layer pop-up, could that be causing the issue? Does each expression have to query […]
  • If Then Arcade expression August 18, 2019
    Hi,I have two fields 'accom' and 'accom_url'.I am trying to write an arcade expression that will check my table to see if 'accom' exists. If empty, then my pop-up will be empty.If 'accom' exists but not 'accom_url' then 'accom' text will be placed in pop-up.If 'accom' exists and 'accom_url' exist, then my pop-up will 'accom' […]
  • Customize Pop-Up Window August 16, 2019
    I'd like to customize a pop up window in AGOL.  I would like to include some bold lettering, a line space between sentences and also learn how to itemize characteristics as:1.2.3.  I have included an example.  Any suggestions on how to design such a pop up or direction to a blog that could help me I […]

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  • Development Trends in U.S. Coastal Cities August 19, 2019
    How developers are responding to risking costs—and risks—as waterfront properties remain as desirable as ever. The post Development Trends in U.S. Coastal Cities appeared first on Urban Land Magazine.
    Mike Sheridan
  • In Brief: Tech Employment Growth Spilling Over to Less Established Markets August 19, 2019
    Tightening availability of tech talent in leading markets has spurred hiring momentum in smaller and upstart markets in the United States and Canada—such as Tucson, Arizona, and Waterloo, Ontario—as expanding tech employers seek additional labor pools, according to CBRE’s annual Scoring Tech Talent report. The post In Brief: Tech Employment Growth Spilling Over to Less […]
    Brett Widness
  • Preparing the Workforce of the Washington, D.C., Region for a Tech-Focused Present and Future August 19, 2019
    Amazon’s choice to locate a second headquarters in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area is highlighting the region’s need to provide an ever-increasing number of educated workers to fill new technology jobs each year. While many groups are working to address this issue, the Greater Washington Partnership (GWP) has launched a well-funded effort to “create impact […]
    Leslie Braunstein
  • Developers Reduce Parking via Car Sharing August 19, 2019
    Incentivized by city parking policies, private developers provide fewer parking spaces or increase density in new projects. The post Developers Reduce Parking via Car Sharing appeared first on Urban Land Magazine.
    Will Macht
  • Responding to Record Heat Waves and Systemic Heat Effects in Washington, D.C August 16, 2019
    A week after the release of a new ULI report on urban heat effects and the built environment, a ULI Washington event focused on how the city is planning for and responding to urban heat issues. While Washington, D.C., is in many ways a leader on this issue, speakers agreed that equity issues need to […]
    Rhea Morgenstern

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  • How A Small School In Rural Zambia Will Finally Get Electricity August 1, 2019
    I went back to see for myself. Had the solar lights I brought with me in 2014 made a difference? Well, not many of the lights were still operational, but… The post How A Small School In Rural Zambia Will Finally Get Electricity appeared first on PlanetSave.
    Jesper Berggreen
  • 7 Water And Energy Conservation Strategies For Large Families July 12, 2019
    7 Ways To Conserve Water And Energy When You Have A Large Family The post 7 Water And Energy Conservation Strategies For Large Families appeared first on PlanetSave.
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  • How 200 Solar Lights Found Their Way To A Small School In Rural Zambia July 1, 2019
    In 2014 I traveled to Africa to visit the rural primary school I had attended 33 years earlier. I carried with me 200 solar lights from SolarAid, an international organisation,… The post How 200 Solar Lights Found Their Way To A Small School In Rural Zambia appeared first on PlanetSave.
    Jesper Berggreen
  • Ørsted Consolidates Customer Solutions & Bioenergy Divisions June 26, 2019
    Danish power company and offshore wind giant Ørsted announced Tuesday that it would consolidate two of its business units, Customer Solutions and Bioenergy, in the wake of various decisions which… The post Ørsted Consolidates Customer Solutions & Bioenergy Divisions appeared first on PlanetSave.
    Joshua S Hill
  • India’s NTPC Limited Offers Solar Power Project Management Services To ISA Members June 21, 2019
    The International Solar Alliance has asked companies in member countries to submit proposals to offer solar power project management solutions. The global body issued this invitation after it received a proposal for the same from India’s largest power generation company. The post India’s NTPC Limited Offers Solar Power Project Management Services To ISA Members appeared […]
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