An example showing a “skinned” Denver Maps application versus the default OpenLayers map. The look and feel of an OpenLayers map is easy to customize using CSS. The graphics from the controls were modified from the theme provided by MapBox at http://support.mapbox.com/kb/mapping-101/openlayers-themes.
An example showing our parks map overlaying detailed park facilities using an ArcGIS Server Cached Map Service. The tiles have transparency allowing the details to be displayed seamlessly on top of the Google Maps base map. This example uses the XYZ layer type to access tiles through the ArcGIS Server REST API.
An example showing our traffic conditions map that uses raw ArcGIS Server tiles provided by the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) through www.cotrip.org. This example uses the ArcGISCache layer type which accesses ArcGIS tiles without using the ArcGIS Server REST API.
An example showing our zoning map that use an ArcGIS Server Dynamic Map Service (export image). This example uses the ArcGIS93Rest layer type. Image transparency can be set on the client using OpenLayers.
Using JSONP avoids the same-origin policy for cross domain communications, allowing widgets to be embedded on domains other than the domain they are provided from. This example uses a callback (the callback parameter is cut off in the screenshot) to tell ArcGIS Server to return the JSON padded in a callback.