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Technical Overview: Marble PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Monday, 04 October 2010 08:16

Marble is an open source digital globe application that is capable of displaying a number of local and Internet data sources. Intended for educational applications, Marble could be likened to an "open source Google Earth".

Marble is cross-platform and has versions for the KDE environment and Qt.

Python Geospatial Development: Second Edition published PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 03 June 2013 15:18

The second edition of Erik Westra'sPython Geospatial Development has just been published.

Full Disclosure: I served as a technical editor for the new edition.

Last Updated on Monday, 03 June 2013 15:26
Using Definition Expressions in the AGIS API for Flex to Restrict Feature Display PDF Print E-mail
Written by Eric Pimpler   
Monday, 23 August 2010 10:57

This article was previously published on GeoChalkboard, and has been reproduced here with permission. GeoChalkboard is published by Geospatial Training Services who provide a range of geospatial web courses.

In the first article in our series on the ArcGIS Server API for Flex we covered some basic concepts including how to create maps and add layers. We covered both tiled and dynamic map service layers. In this brief article you will learn how to apply a definition expression to your dynamic map service layer to restrict the features displayed from a layer. For instance, in the figure below we are plotting only those counties that suffered a population loss from 2000 to 2007.

Last Updated on Monday, 23 August 2010 11:06
Book Review: PostGIS Cookbook PDF Print E-mail
Written by Richard Marsden   
Monday, 03 March 2014 08:11

The PostGIS Cookbook by Paolo Conti, Thomas J Kraft, Stephen Vincent Mather, and Bborie Park (buy from Packt) is a collection of how-to recipes for the PostGIS extension for Postgres. It is recommended for intermediate and even advanced PostGIS users. Novice Postgres/PostGIS users may also find it useful, but they will need to use it alongside a good PostGIS reference or tutorial.


Released: GMap3 JQuery Plugin for Google Maps PDF Print E-mail
Written by Richard Marsden   
Friday, 17 June 2011 13:48

Jean-Baptiste Demonte writes that the latest version of "GMap3 JQuery Plugin for Google Maps" has been released. This plugin makes it easier for JQuery developers to add the Google Maps JavaScript control to their web applications.

A simple example can be found on the home page of the project website (GMap3.Net). The site also includes a list of more sophisticated examples which will be of use to developers. Finally, the software is released under an open source license and can be downloaded at GitHub.

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