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I have stared online teaching for ArcObject Course, in this course I covered all basics and industry based project training (Engine, Desktop, ArcSDE and Server)
1. ArcGIS for Desktop Development Using .NET
2. ArcGIS for Desktop Development Using Python

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ArcGIS for Desktop Development Using .NET


1. Total Framework
2. Oops
3. Component (COM)
4. Windo Form
5. SQL


Exercise 1A:
Install the course data, Record user information, Log on to Windows, Install the data, Modify a setting in (ArcCatalog, Optional) Create an ESRI Global Account,
Exercise 1B:
Verify the system requirements for the ArcGIS Engine Developer Kit, Verify Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 &4.0 installation, Import code snippets into Visual Studio, Authorize the software, Verify the license on your system, Identify the .NET ArcObjects API, Prepare the ESRI Object Browser for future use
Exploring ArcGIS Engine controls
Exercise 2:
Create your first mapping application
Review the developer help, Create a new project in Visual Studio, Examine and modify your project, Run your project and resolve an error , Navigate your map, Open a map document dynamically, (Optional) Programmatically determine the number of layers in your map, Programming with COM and .NET
Exercise 3B:
Program with COM (C#)
Create a new project in Visual Studio, Add a custom button to your project, Add code to your custom button, Work with the map, Work with the active view, (Optional) Add a MapControl to your project
Understanding object model diagrams
Exercise 4B:
Create an ArcObjects application (C#)
Create a new project in Visual Studio, Add controls to your form, Explore ArcGIS Snippet Finder, Add the Snippet to your code, Browse the developer help, Navigate the Geodatabase OMD, Explore the ArcGIS Resource Centers, Make your code work for you, "Do something" with your shapefile, Run your project and check your results
Exercise 5B:
Work with maps and layers (C#)
Open an existing project in Visual Studio, Load a map document programmatically, Test your project
Access the layers in a map, (Optional) Respond to MapControl events, Introduction to Programming ArcObjects Using the Microsoft .NET Framework Contents, (Optional) Distinguish between feature and raster layers , Accessing data
Exercise 6B:
Access data with ArcObjects (C#)
Open an existing workspace, Create a new project in Visual Studio, Explore classes and interfaces for, working with data, Access feature classes, Create feature layers, Set the data sources for the feature layers, Set general layer properties, Add layers to your MapControl, Run your project, (Optional) Control MapTips for your layers dynamically, Rendering data
Exercise 7B:
Display layers (C#)
Open a Visual Studio project, Create a fill symbol for vector polygons, Render vector layers, Apply an RGB renderer to raster data, Save your symbology to a layer file, (Optional) Apply a scale-dependent renderer, (Optional) Apply a stretch renderer to raster data, Querying and selecting data
Exercise 8B:
Queries and selections (C#)
Apply a query filter and loop through a subset of records, Work with spatial and query filters, (Optional) Display a query filter as a selection, Challenge: Open a feature class from a feature workspace, Working with geometry
Exercise 9B:
Create a parcel proximity tool (C#)
Create a new project in Visual Studio, Create a new point when the map is clicked, Create a spatial filter
Create a cursor and return a feature from it, Test your project, Determine the spatial reference for a geodataset, Buffer the gas station parcel and select neighboring parcels, Remove the gas station parcel from the selection, Challenge: Draw the polygon buffer, Challenge: Use DisplayTransformation, Creating and editing data
Exercise 10B:
Create data (C#)
Create a new project in Visual Studio
Create a geodatabase, Create a new file geodatabase, Create a new table, Add rows and values to the table, Calculate field values using an update cursor, (Optional) Compare methods for editing, Geoprocessing
Exercise 11B:
Access the GeoProcessor (C#)
Start ArcCatalog and view your data, Create a new project in Visual Studio, Create and work with a GeoProcessor object, Buffer a feature class, Work with messaging and overwriting output, Run multiple tools in the same process, (Optional) Perform a batch process using a "List" method, Challenge: List environments, Working with layouts
Exercise 12B:
Update and export a layout (C#)
Explore a map template in ArcMap , Create a new project in Visual Studio, Load a map template,Load your map document, Add your map template to the layout, Tag your elements with a unique type, Modify the map title, Export your layout to a file, (Optional) Associate the units from your map with the scale bar, Challenge: Modify the second text element, Challenge: Create layouts for all maps in the map document

CHAPTER 1Why Geospatial Is Special
CHAPTER 2Introduction to ArcGIS for Desktop Applications Customization
CHAPTER 3.NET Programming Fundamentals
CHAPTER 4.NET Programming Fundamentals with COM
CHAPTER 5Understanding ArcObjects Object Model Diagrams
CHAPTER 6Accessing Maps and Layers
CHAPTER 7Working with Tables and FeatureClasses
CHAPTER 8Subsets of Records
CHAPTER 9Constructing and Using the Geometry of Features
CHAPTER 10Rendering Geospatial Data and Using Hyperlinks and MapTips
CHAPTER 11Labeling, Exporting ActiveView, and Working with Elements
CHAPTER 12Geoprocessing with Tools and Models
CHAPTER 13Feature Data Management
CHAPTER 14Advanced Topics in ArcObjects Programming and Deployment

Course is going to start first May(01/05/2014) and course duration at least 2 - 3 months but minimum
2 month is compulsory. There no possibility less-than so please do not ask any fast track

We are going to communicate by Skype and our Chat Mail
Please give your valid Skype id, contact number and mention your convenient timing

ArcGIS for Desktop Development Using Python
Table of Contents
Preface 1
Chapter 1: Fundamentals of the Python Language for ArcGIS
Using IDLE for Python script development
Python language fundamentals
Chapter 2: Writing Basic Geoprocessing Scripts with ArcPy
Using the ArcGIS Python window
Accessing ArcPy with Python
Executing tools from a script
Using ArcGIS Desktop help
Using variables to store data
Accessing ArcPy modules with Python
Chapter 3: Managing Map Documents and Layers
Referencing the current map document
Referencing map documents on a disk
Accessing a data frame
Getting a list of layers in a map document
Restricting the list of layers
Changing the map extent
Getting a list of tables
Adding layers to a map document
Inserting layers into a map document
Updating layer symbology
Updating layer properties
Chapter 4: Finding and Fixing Broken Data Links
Finding broken data sources in your map document and layer files
Fixing broken data sources with MapDocument.
Fixing broken data sources with MapDocument.replaceWorkspaces()
Fixing individual Layer and Table objects with replaceDataSource()
Finding all broken data sources in all map documents in a folder
Chapter 5: Automating Map Production and Printing
Creating a list of layout elements
Assigning a unique name to layout elements
Restricting the layout elements returned by ListLayoutElements()
Updating layout element properties
Getting a list of available printers
Printing maps with PrintMap()
Exporting a map to a PDF file
Exporting a map to an image file
Creating a map book with
PDFDocumentCreate() and PDFDocumentOpen()
Chapter 6: Executing Geoprocessing Tools from Scripts
Finding geoprocessing tools
Retrieving a toolbox alias
Executing geoprocessing tools from a script
Using the output of a tool as an input to another tool
Setting environment variables and examining tool messages
Chapter 7: Creating Custom Geoprocessing Tools
Creating a custom geoprocessing tool
Chapter 8: Querying and Selecting Data
Constructing proper attribute query syntax
Creating feature layers and table views
Selecting features and rows with the Select Layer by Attribute tool
Selecting features with the Select by Location tool
Combining a spatial and attribute query with the Select by Location tool
Chapter 9: Using the ArcPy Data Access Module to Select, Insert,
and Update Geographic Data and Tables
Retrieving features from a feature class with a SearchCursor
Filtering records with a where clause
Improving cursor performance with geometry tokens
Inserting rows with InsertCursor
Updating rows with an UpdateCursor
Deleting rows with an UpdateCursor
Inserting and updating rows inside an edit session
Reading geometry from a feature class
Chapter 10: Listing and Describing GIS Data
Getting a list of feature classes in a workspace
Restricting the list of feature classes returned with a wildcard
Restricting the list of feature classes returned with a feature type
Getting a list of fields in a feature class or table
Using the Describe() function to return descriptive information
about a feature class
Using the Describe() function to return descriptive information
about an image
Returning workspace information with the Describe() function
Chapter 11: Customizing the ArcGIS Interface with Add-Ins
Downloading and installing the Python Add-In wizard
Creating a button add-in
Installing and testing an add-in
Creating a tool add-in
Chapter 12: Error Handling and Troubleshooting
Exploring the default Python error message
Adding Python exception handling structures (try/except/finally)
Retrieving tool messages with GetMessages()
Filtering tool messages by severity level
Testing for and responding to specific error messages
Returning individual messages with GetMessage()
Appendix A: Automating Python Scripts
Running Python scripts from the command line
Using sys.argv[ ] to capture command-line input
Adding Python scripts to batch files
Scheduling batch files to run at prescribed times
Appendix B: Five Things Every GIS Programmer Should Know
How to Do with Python
Reading data from a delimited text file
Sending e-mails
Retrieving files from an FTP server
Creating ZIP files
Reading XML files

Course is going to start first May(01/05/2014) and course duration at least 2 - 3 months but minimum
2 month is compulsory. There no possibility less-than so please do not ask any fast track

We are going to communicate by Skype and our Chat Mail
Please give your valid Skype id, contact number and mention your convenient timing

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