GeoServer

Geoserver, Openlayers3 and PostGIS application

Geoserver, Openlayers3 and PostGIS application

This GIS allows to generate maps for different risk factors involved in the space-time analysis such as temperature, rainfall, soil types, among others. Map server (Geoserver) DB (PostgreSQL-PostGIS) Client (Openlayers 3)

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Download GeoServer 2.8.2, it’s Released

Download GeoServer 2.8.2

The GeoServer team has just announced the release of GeoServer 2.8.2. Download bundles are provided (bin, war, dmg and exe) along with documentation and extensions. GeoServer 2.8.2 is the latest stable release of GeoServer and is recommended for production deployment. This release is made in conjunction with GeoTools 14.2. Thanks to all contributors. Fixes and new functionality include: Multiple improvements to Geofence UI. Various concurrency and ...

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Open Web Mapping: An educational resource for creating online maps using free and open source software

Open Web Mapping: An educational resource for creating online maps using free and open source software

Free and open source software (FOSS) for GIS continues to increase in functionality and usability, and offers a flexible and economic option for organization that want to create online maps; however, beginners face a broad array of software choices and may not know which FOSS products and packages to deploy in each tier of the web map architecture. Compounding the ...

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GeoServer 2.8.0 released

GeoServer

The release of GeoServer 2.8.0 is announced. You can download GeoServer 2.8.0 along with docs and extensions. GeoServer 2.8.0 is the culmination of the latest six month development cycle and contains several new features, along with fixes and security updates. Here is an organized list of the main improvements in this release : Data access and configuration PostGIS curves and Oracle speedups Filtering layers during ...

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WebMapping application using PostGIS, Geoserver and GeoExt – Part 3

WebMapping application using PostGIS, Geoserver and GeoExt

This is the third video about creating a WebMapping application using PostGIS, Geoserver and GeoExt. In the first tutorial of this series, you learned how to create a database in PostgreSQL / PostGIS and how to import data in Shapefiles format. Then, to allow displaying this spatial information in a webmapping application, we published it using Geoserver. GeoServer is an ...

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WebMapping application using PostGIS, Geoserver and GeoExt – Part 2

Publish data for a WebMapping  application using PostGIS and Geoserver | Create layers style

In the previous tutorial, we published geographic data stored in PostGIS using Geoserver. Geospatial data has no intrinsic visual component. To see data, it must be styled. Styling specifies color, thickness, and other visible attributes used to render data on the map. In GeoServer, styling is possible using a markup language called Styled Layer Descriptor (SLD). SLD is an XML-based markup ...

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WebMapping application using PostGIS, Geoserver and GeoExt – Part 1

Publish data for a WebMapping application using PostGIS and Geoserver

In this tutorial we will discover step by step how to Publish data for a WebMapping application using PostGIS and Geoserver. GeoServer allows you to display your spatial information to the world. Implementing the Web Map Service (WMS) standard, GeoServer can create maps in a variety of output formats. OpenLayers, a free mapping library, is integrated into GeoServer, making map ...

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Cartaro – The Geospatial CMS

Cartaro - The Geospatial CMS

Cartaro is a new web mapping platform that makes the power of some of the best open source geospatial components available in a content management system (CMS). Cartaro allows to set-up and run small websites or complex web applications with maps and geodata. It is also suitable for geoportals and spatial data infrastructures whenever there is the need to get ...

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Mapping in GeoServer with SLD and CSS

Mapping in GeoServer with SLD and CSS

Various software can style maps and generate a proper SLD document for OGC compliant WMS like GeoServer to use. However, in most occasions, the styling allowed by the graphical tools is pretty limited and not good enough to achieve good looking, readable and efficient cartographic output. For those that like to write their own styles CSS also represents a nice ...

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