[OSGeo-Discuss] New AcidMaps with Geoserver plugin

G. Allegri giohappy at gmail.com
Thu Mar 31 02:39:53 PDT 2011

Thanks to XoomCode team!
It can be very useful, and it's also a good "tutorial" for Geoserver/C++
integration ;)


2011/3/30 Mauricio Miranda <mmiranda at xoomcode.com>

> Hi there!
> We finally released the new version of AcidMaps [1] with a great change, it
> works as a Geoserver plugin.
> That means you can use your own configured WMS layers to build Heatmaps,
> Isolines and other interpolated maps ON THE FLY!
> The team has been working hard and we made a complete rewrite of the core,
> optimizing the process to make them faster and more accurate.
> Behind that, we build the Geoserver plugin to make AcidMaps easier to use
> and more "OGC like".
> Caution! The plugin depends on Geoserver 2.1 (Beta release). The previous
> releases are not yet supported.
> For who doesn't know about AcidMaps:
> * AcidMaps is an open source library that generates interpolated images
> from a set of valued points in real time.
> * It's can be used to generate advanced visualizations with point datasets:
> (e.g.: sales, temperature, atmospheric pressure, population, etc...)
> You can see a full demo [2] built using Flex/OpenScales where you can play
> with the parameters to see different results.
> It is deployed in our own local server and it could get stuck quickly, so
> please be patient...
> If you want to give it a try with you own data, take a look to the Quick
> Start instructions [3], it is really simple!
> There's a reference doc [4] where you can get more details.
> Please, let us know your opinion because it's still in beta and your
> experience will be very helpful.
> [1] http://acidmaps.org
> [2] http://acidmaps.org/flex/index.html
> [3] https://github.com/XoomCode/AcidMaps/
> [4] https://github.com/XoomCode/AcidMaps/wiki
> --
> Mauricio Miranda
> Chief Development Officer
> http://www.xoomcode.com
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