I have a bunch of agricultural information stored in a local postgis database. We use qgis to manipulate/analyze this information and to print output.
I would like to publish this information (both raster and vector layers) so that it can be loaded as a layer on both mobile devices and web browsers. The information to be displayed needs to be a function of the user that is logged in. It also must be able to interact with the gps on end users mobile devices. I would like to host all of the data to be published on the web offsite because my upload bandwith is terrible.
In the past I have saved vectors as .kml files and loaded them into google maps for users, but this strategy seems to have problems when displaying large datasets.
I'm comfortable doing a large amount of development work but am also willing to pay for solutions that save me time and headaches.
After researching this project for a couple of days I've found that there are about a million ways to do this.
Any help narrowing down my options would be much appreciated.