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OpenLayers 2.8 Released

Christopher Schmidt announced yesterday on the OpenLayers mailing list, the final release of OpenLayers 2.8 The email follows. The OpenLayers Development Team is proud to announce the release of OpenLayers 2.8, the latest stable release of OpenLayers. The 2.8 release adds a number of important features, the full list of which can be found in the Release Notes, at http://trac.openlayers.org/wiki/Release/2.8/Notes. Some of the highlights include: Support for multi-layer vector feature se.....

Web based GIS, Past and Present

We have directly or indirectly been involved in Web based GIS for quite a few years now, and it is quite interesting how the approach has changed over time. The early days saw the reliance on client based plugins and has slowly progressed to no reliance on client side plugins and virtually no reliance on server side solutions. The Past My first attempt at a webGIS was a custom built solution rendering maps in SVG which essentially served as a stepping stone until a reliable commercial pro.....