lecture: MapMint 2.0: a new version of the 100% service-oriented GIS platform
MapMint is an comprehensive manager for publishing webmapping applications. It is a robust open source geospatial platform allowing the user to organize, edit, process and publish spatial data to the Internet. MapMint includes a complete administration tool for MapServer and a simple user interfaces to create mapfiles visually. Its use does not require any coding and most of the mapfile parameters are supported, so the user can fully focus on the map features and not on its source code. The latter is generated using various WPS requests which are using the user’s data and settings as input.
MapMint architecture and main features will be introduced in this presentation, and its modules (dashboard, data, maps and apps) will be described with an emphasis on the OGC standards and OSGeo software they are using. Some short case studies and examples will finally illustrate some of the the key functionalities.
Start time: 11:30
- Room Bonn
- The secret story of real time routing told by OpenStreetMap, pgRouting and OpenLayers
- Plenary Office
- From outer space to your browser
- Room Berlin
- Nobody cares about your datum: or the Kleinstaaterei of spatial reference systems
- Fireplace Room
- An environmental modelling and information service for health analytics
- Plenary Chamber
- There is no such thing as a free lunch
- Rhine Lobby
- Leaflet.annotate - Semantic markup for geographic web maps in HTML