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I have a programming question regarding a GIS API, but it is more on the programming side. Which site should it go to? GIS or Stack Overflow? It's about a JavaScript API and how layer objects are being built.

The question is going to be along the lines of:

"Why does this firebug say that layer.fields is undefined when the REST page shows that there are fields being returned from an ArcGIS server?"

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I'd try it on the more focused GIS site first. They already have 250+ questions tagged arcgis-javascript-api, so you're more likely to get an answer there than on Stack Overflow (where we only have 36 questions tagged both arcgis and javascript). If they find your question to be too programming specific, they can always migrate it to SO.

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