ArcGIS Extensions

Here are some ‘Premium Toolbar’ add-ons that I wrote for ArcGIS 8.x – 10.x:

Toolbar Extensions for ArcGIS
PAI Compare, IRIS-view and MapScan toolbars running on ESRI’s ArcGIS 9.2

All these extensions are installed automatically by Nullsoft installers.

IRIS-viewLinks ArcGIS datasets to IRIS-view.
MapScanEnables users to simply click or drag over image tiles and load the associated image(s) automatically above the tile layer. It can handle up to 4 million images, loads instantly, and means you do not need to use image catalogs; so no waiting for tiles you don't need.
PAI Compare for ArcGISEnables isolation of shapes in a view, and bulk updates of objects that originally matched. Works with multiple views.
ArcGIS SQLsA collection of SQLs to replicate the original ArcView 3.x functionality (e.g. finding the number of rings in a polygon, or the co-ordinates of 50% along a polyline, number of vertices in the first part of a shape, number of vertices total).
T-MakerCreates 'T' objects (which show who is responsible for maintaining boundaries on property maps), simply by clicking either side of a line. The T is then snapped at an exact 90-degree angle to the line, on the side you clicked.

PAI Compare's Options Window
PAI Compare’s Options Window

Note: I cannot sell or offer these products. I wrote them, but I do not hold the copyright. They are here to showcase my capability for a future employer only.