I have PostGIS tables that store vectors that want to show on Google Maps. Read the post How to display a PostGIS table on Google maps? But one thing that was not clear to me how do I create a RESTful PostGIS web Service Framework for feed data? I have all my data published in GeoServer, I do with it?

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  • I think that depends on how much effort you want to invest. Having geospatial data in a database is only the first step for developing a web-map. I described how to do a gis enabled REST framework with django gis.stackexchange.com/questions/86487/… and there is another discussion with more answers around how to start web-mapping: gis.stackexchange.com/questions/8113 – yellowcap May 16 '14 at 16:19
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    This is a question that is WAY too broad to work in a QA-form. The short answer is: "write a web server in your programming language of choice, make it query your DB according to your needs and return the data in a format that the client can read" – atlefren Feb 6 '17 at 11:25