00:07...to add improved performance and extra features.
00:10It's easier than ever to build impressive, nonplug-in-based web applications.
00:18Notice as we navigate around the map, the seamless tile display.
00:26This is that same map, but now we've added a layer on top of it.
00:30This layer is a layer of county population.
00:33These features are drawn dynamically on the client, and notice that we can still pan...
00:38...and we still get great performance as we move around the map.
00:42This is because we take advantage of the browser's powerful caching mechanism...
00:46...to retrieve information in the most efficient way possible.
00:52Another optimization we've made is to the geometry payload.
00:55This is an example of a response from the previous application.
01:00We've autogeneralized this geometry to one pixel per vertex...
01:05...and we've removed spurious precision to reduce the request size, or response size. Sorry.
01:13Earlier, Sud mentioned the release of the ArcGIS Portal API.
01:25In this example, we're looking at an application that shows a series of web maps from a group called Running Routes.
01:32We can display these in a gallery format.
01:36We can click on one of these maps.
01:39In this case, it's a running route for a trail up behind Palm Springs, and we view it in one of the templates.
01:52Let's look at web maps a little bit more closely.
01:55Earlier, Jeremy showed you this web map showing recent earthquakes with a magnitude greater than 5.
02:08Here's a sample from the Help that shows that same web map...
02:11...and we've added geodesic buffers of 2,000 kilometers around each earthquake.
02:17If we look at it, we can see we have those same symbols that the web map author created in arcgis.com.
02:23If we click on it, we see that same nicely formatted pop-up...
02:29...and if we click on an area with multiple features, we see that we get this nice navigation capability.
02:40If we tried to write this application a few years ago, it would have taken us, I don't know, hundred, hundred and fifty lines of code.
02:49We would have had to add the layers to the map to find the symbology, format the pop-up content.
02:55Now, it's just a few lines of code.
02:58We use the Create Map method.
03:00We pass in the ID for that particular web map, and we've got a map that has all that capability for us.
03:08So now, we, the developers, can focus on writing that true GIS capabilities.
03:13We can add the geodesic buffering.
03:14We can perform the geoprocessing.
03:16We can focus our time on the important stuff.
03:22This is an example of an application that shows evacuation route analysis for tsunami-prone areas.
03:28So here we're looking at an area on the coast of Japan that's got potential for being impacted by a tsunami.
03:34And we've run a geoprocessing task that determines the max and average evacuation time from this zone.
03:41So these red dots are evacuation centers, and it takes approximately 2., or an average of .82 seconds...
03:49...and a maximum of 2.09 minutes to reach these evacuation zones.
03:55We can see that we have an area down here where it takes people a little bit longer.
03:59So let's see if we can improve the performance in that area by adding a new evacuation zone...
04:04...maybe constructing a high point in that area.
04:07So let's add a new point, and we'll rerun that geoprocessing task.
04:14While that task is executing, let's take a look at the source code.
04:19So the nice thing about ArcGIS Server 10.1 geoprocessing service is, is that we can get the results back as a layer.
04:26We can work with this layer like we would any other layer.
04:29We can add it to our map.
04:30We can toggle the layer visibility, and we can perform queries against it.
04:36So here we're using the query task to query that result layer, get the features...
04:42...and use statistical analysis to get back the maximum and average evacuation time.
04:53So now if we go back to our application, we can see that our second analysis has been performed...
04:59...and we've reduced our maximum evaluation time.
05:02We've cut it in half.
05:03We've also cut our average evacuation time quite a bit.
05:07So we can compare these two results on the map.
05:10But we might also want to use the 10.1 print service to create a high-quality PDF output that we can hand to an analyst...
05:20...to perform further analysis of that area.
05:23So here's an example of that.
05:30We've covered a lot of information in a really short period of time...
05:40There you'll find out that 2.8 was released just this morning.
05:44And you can also browse the samples and look at the HTML5 samples that we have...
05:50...all the new samples we have showcasing 10.1 functionality.
05:54We have mobile samples, web maps, and samples working with the portal.