A qualified candidate for the Esri Web Application Developer Associate Certification will be familiar with ArcGIS concepts and be aware of performance considerations for building Web applications. The candidate should be familiar with using object-oriented programming, as well as application documentation, maintenance, troubleshooting, and support.
A qualified candidate should be able to:
Identify ArcGIS geometry types, relationships, and operations
Define map and layer concepts and their applications in development
Understand relevant performance implications
Understand service configuration for out of the box services
Use services via REST and SOAP
Work with maps and layers, and other visualization elements
Use Web API tools
Work with secured services
Troubleshoot Web applications
Deploy Web applications
The following list of skills measured is provided to familiarize candidates with topics covered on the exam and to help guide exam preparation. We recommend candidates review this list and assess their knowledge of each skill. Specific preparation resources are available on the Training Resources tab to assist with refreshing in areas where any knowledge gaps are found.
Given a scenario of moving a service from one machine to another, determine which information should be packaged and moved from development to staging or production
The following training resources are available to help you prepare for your exam, but they are not required. Keep in mind, completing recommended training courses does not guarantee that you will achieve the requirements for a specific Esri Technical Certification.