Web and cloud GIS software Geomajas gets more functionalities and powerful plug-ins

Ghent, Belgium – November 28, 2011 – Geosparc, the company providing organizations the best products to build Web and Cloud based GIS solutions, today announced Geomajas 1.11, the newest version of its software enabling businesses and governments to create, manage and use Web and Cloud based GIS applications that are very performing, secure, scalable and perfectly integrate all needed data sources in a user-friendly way. At the same time the company announces the availability of no less than 24 plug-ins including a powerful and intuitive Editing plug-in.

Geomajas is the open source software of choice of many GIS developers from governments and different industries to build Web and Cloud based GIS applications. The main reasons governments and industries select Geomajas are the possibility to integrate different data sources in a performing, secure and scalable application, the time saving aspects (buildings a GIS app in days instead of months), ease of deployment via a simple browser, very fast build up of maps (even when multiple users are working on it), strong security features, strong back-office integration and the possibility to integrate advanced business logic. All that in one client-server software framework.

Geomajas 1.11 includes several new and updated plug-ins. The very powerful, yet intuitive Editing plug-in, enables users to perform desktop level geometry operations in the browser. With the PureGWT client one can develop lean and mean Web GIS applications with an extreme small footprint so they can also operate efficiently on Mobile devices. Geomajas 1.11 release, also includes many important updates and patches (e.g. upgrades to JDK 1.6 and GeoTools 2.7.5) and provides full SLD support for styling.

About Geosparc (www.geosparc.com)
Geosparc is the company that provides organizations the best products to build Web and Cloud based GIS solutions. Its core product is Geomajas, the open source Web and Cloud GIS development software. Geomajas was built with today’s Internet and Cloud architectures in mind. This truly differentiates Geomajas from other GIS software. The open source model enables Geosparc to use best-of-breed open source technologies and contributions from the open source community to get higher quality software produced more quickly at much lower cost. Geosparc’s goal is to not only provide a product offering but to complement it with professional services and offerings such as service level agreements, commercial & developer licenses, project development and implementation support, consulting services and training services. Geosparc operates via a network of qualified Geomajas Certified Partners.
For more information go to www.geosparc.com

 

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