Mapserver Development Environments?
percyd at PDX.EDU
Wed Jun 13 10:29:48 EDT 2007
p.mapper is a very nice modern "mapping framework" (that's what I refer
to these applications in my talks on the subject)
and then there's our own Map-Fu.
Steve Lime wrote:
> You'd think that would be easy to find wouldn't you. The best that exists is:
> There really should be a "Client Software" section but there isn't (yet) so the various links are scattered about the utilities section.
> There are some important omissions:
> - CartoWeb (http://www.cartoweb.org/)
> - MapBender (http://www.mapbender.org - OGC-based but can use MapServer services)
> - Mapbuilder (http://docs.codehaus.org/display/MAP/Home - also OGC-based)
> - ka-map (http://ka-map.maptools.org/ - Google-style mapping)
> - OpenLayers (http://www.openlayers.org/ - more Google-style mapping)
> - msCross (http://datacrossing.crs4.it/en_Documentation_mscross.html)
> - GeoMoose (http://www.geomoose.org/moose - a new one from the City of St. Paul)
> and I bet I'm missing a couple of others.
Geospatial Data Manager
Portland State University
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