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"Currently it is not possible to take any map from ArcGIS Desktop offline to a tablet" I have to disagree here, CarryMap for example is a tool which allows ArcGIS projects to be viewed on Android/iPad devices. The export to mobile device is implemented via an ArcGIS add-in, and the resulting map is saved on the mobile device - there is no ...
On the link provided the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is listed. I attempted since October to install the nightly build and failed. There were several methods I tried I installed Ministro, Ministro II, did it as root etc. Then I just stumbled across a comment that the "external" sd card needed to be dismounted. Dismounted my 64GB SD card and it worked. The screen ...
have a look at http://hub.qgis.org/wiki/20/Tested_Devices Basically, I suggest to get at least 7-8" that will allow 1280 x 800. The reference device is A Galaxy note 3 (because I own one)
GIS and Augmented Reality by Sung-Hyun Jang and Andrew Hudson-Smith
Ok, after some research I think that what I wanted is not possible. GWC is really just for speeding up the distribution of map data but it is not usable (not intended to) as a mean to achieve high-availability because it can't server map data if the geoserver in the backend died. I set up a second geoserver, create a WMS datasource and seedet the internal ...
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