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README.md

ESRI REST Diagnostics

A list of JavaScript bookmarklets that can be used to test ArcGIS Server Map Services through the browser.

Features

The bookmarklets provided add extra information to the ArcGIS Server REST endpoint pages. They work by collecting the underlying data and adding the results to the current HTML REST Service page. Some of features include:

More features will be made available on request.

Instructions

Installation

Installation on the browser is as simple as adding a bookmark. From the ESRI Rest Diagnostics page...

  • Chrome: drag the anchor link to your browser toolbar. Install to Chrome illustration
  • Firefox: right-click on the link and select "Bookmark this link". Install to Firefox illustration
  • IE: right-click on the link and select "Add to Favorites". Install to Internet Explorer illustration
  • Safari: untested.
  • Opera: drag the anchor link to your browser toolbar. Install to Opera illustration

Basic Use

Each tool as its own basic use policy. They all involve navigating your web browser to the map service REST endpoint. From there, select the proper bookmark from the bookmark list.

Requirements

  • Desktop browser (IE8+, Chrome, Firefox)
  • Security settings that support bookmarklets.
  • Access to an ArcGIS Server REST endpoint in browser.
  • Some tools require access to ArcGIS JavaScript API library.

Resources

ArcGIS JavaScript API

Contributing

Anyone is welcome to contribute to this project.

Licensing

This is currently licensed under the MIT Licensing (See License here).