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AWS is a set of virtualized hardware that looks like a computer to you and others. GeoServer is a piece of software that converts spatial data into web maps, it can run on an AWS instance.


If you can accept a very loosely-coupled solution, you could implement a small .NET web-UI based 'Milestone editor' which would: be deployed onto a web-server, even the AGOL server if available, launch from a URL link on your Project feature in AGOL (and pass a Project_PK) accept user input for Milestone details post the Milestone details (including ...


The "logo" option is documented as being a Boolean value that defaults to true. So if you put false, it won't show it; if you enter any value (or leave it off so it defaults to true), it will show their logo. (This is because JavaScript interprets any non-null value as true.) So you're left with the option to set it to false, and float your own logo over the ...


Your code is a bit complicated concering your callback:loadFeatures function. Within the function you add features for both requests to both sources. Try to distinguis them using two separate functions and see if this is your case. var geojsonFormat = new ol.format.GeoJSON(); var vectorSource = new ol.source.Vector({ loader: function(extent, resolution, ...


This is not a GIS question, but rather a HTML+CSS one. Start by reading , then do a bit of research on positioning block-level elements relative to the viewport, including how to use the vw and vh units.


Any of the web-mapping services like CartoDB, Mapbox, ArcGIS online can fit. They offer good enough free options, including iframe embedding and an option to download the spatial data. You have to register a user account with an email, but that's not something too difficult to do with an untracebale account.

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