My application needs to store a road network and provide editing functionality for that network (editing/updating/removing lanes, signs, traffic lights, speed limits info, etc.).
I find JOSM tool to be very convenient - it has a really nice user experience.
This tool works with local .osm files only.
It is really easy to export the updated .osm file into a database with osm2pgrouting tool for later routing tasks.
On the other side there is QGIS/uDIG which can work with a PostGIS database layers. So, as I understand, all my road network edits will be stored in a PostGIS-enabled database.
My question is - is there any real advantage in using QGIS/uDIG for my task?
(except of getting rid of continuous usage of osm2pgrouting after JOSM edits of the .osm file).