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To embed a map in your web application, you will need to create a new Map object using the ArcGIS API. The Map object represents the map itself, and it contains all the layers and basemaps that you want to display. You can add layers to your map, such as feature layers, tile layers, or dynamic layers. You can also add basemaps, which are pre-defined maps provided by ArcGIS.
Once you have created your Map object, you can add it to a web page using HTML and CSS. You will need to create a div element that will contain the map, and set its dimensions using CSS. Then, you can use the MapView constructor to create a view of the map. The MapView is responsible for displaying the map in the browser window, and it provides various tools for interacting with the map, such as panning, zooming, and selecting features.
To add functionality to your map, you can use widgets provided by the ArcGIS API. Widgets are UI components that provide specific functionality, such as search, legend, or measure. You can add widgets to your web application by creating a new instance of the widget class and adding it to the MapView.