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try geonode for data + cartoview www.cartologic.com/cartoview for applications we are working on a windows installer for geonode, not sure if this is interesting to you. It will be based on geoshape www.geoshape.org. will be coming out in few days


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This is possible for OpenLayers 3 export, using qgis2web. However, scale-dependent visibility is not yet supported for Leaflet output.


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In case anyone's trying to do this with PowerShell, here's an example: $postparms =@{token="KkZJFCuahOZOxJFPaThisIsntAToken"} Invoke-Restmethod -uri http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/cdo-web/api/v2/datasets -headers $postparms


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you can get geonode to host your data and cartoview to serve your web mapping applications. it is compatible with ESRI standards and OGC. You can also combine it with opengeo suite. check out the demos at http://cartologic.com/cartoview/demo/


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I would look at an existing open source solution, perhaps either GeoNetwork or GeoNode. GeoNode is particularly easy to install, which might be important if you're the one who has to install and support it. For easy install instructions, see http://geonode.readthedocs.org/en/latest/tutorials/admin/install/quick_install.html GeoNetwork is perhaps a better ...


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Have you try Lizmap? Lizmap is a very easy to use geoportal, very easy to customize and I think is PHP. You can easily create a websig through qgis > lizmap. http://docs.3liz.com//en/


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WAB works only with web maps (as default), so you cannot consume AGS services directly - good to know. So you would need AGOL organizational account to access the WAB and deploy your apps. Do you have one? You would need to share all your services you plan to access via AGOL (embed them into web maps, in other words). It is possible to consume AGS services ...


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yes, there are several possibilities to create such thing! BUt first you need to figure out, what functions your "portal" needs. A lot of the above example can be done using javascript and the openlayers webmapping framework with some additional "plugins" for openlayers. If you just want to show data you might also be interested in some off-the-shelf ...


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Most web mapping programs make this pretty easy to achieve. In MangoMap for example you can just set the minimum and maximum scale for each layer: To take this one further you can even stack the same layer on top of itself and change the symbology based on the scale, this is useful if you want to add more detail as the map is zoomed in.


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MapSurfer.NET || Closed || Freeware


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first, disable the spiderfy and zoom effects: markers = new L.MarkerClusterGroup({ spiderfyOnMaxZoom: false, showCoverageOnHover: false, zoomToBoundsOnClick: false }); then add a clusterclick event listener and construct a popup for the cluster. This assumes you have added name to each marker when constructing the marker cluster (see ...


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Leaflet tiles have the leaflet-tile class You can use css to make the border visible .leaflet-tile { border: solid black 5px; } This would create black borders for each tile. It worked for this example https://www.mapbox.com/mapbox.js/example/v1.0.0/wms/ by editing in the developer console of the browser.


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You enabled interactivity, but you've not created infowindows, hovers, or printed anything to the console yet. If you add the following within .done(function(layer) {....});, it will print to the console: sublayers[0].setInteraction(true); sublayers[0].on('featureClick',function(event, latlng, pos, data, layerIndex) { console.log(data); }); If you ...


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I am using the answer above in a leaflet map to allow users to send me feature requests based on the clicked location in a map, which then opens a pre-filled google form with the lat long from that position. Those points are then shown on the map using sheetsee/tabletop. I added a map.hasLayer(my requests layer) so the user is not always seeing the popup ...


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I know this question is rather old, but in case someone stumble upon this question, I'd like to give more options. Esri Geoportal Server is an open source product that enables discovery and use of geospatial resources including data and services Might be an interesting alternatives (albeit far fetched in terms of features) to Geonode.


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The Esri JavaScript API has improved dramatically in the last couple years, I have enjoyed my experience with porting Flex apps to the JavaScript API. One thing that has really helped - that should not be as difficult to do as it is - is setting up a build process. Because Esri doesn't release their code, you have to use their built version. This means you ...



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