[mapguide-users] Future of Web Studio
yousuf.hassan at gmail.com
Thu Jan 17 03:26:02 EST 2008
WebStudio provides a pretty fine way to check up on things from any
internet-enabled pc and lets me do some touch-ups as well. It's strange that
nobody is interested to work on it.
I think the mapadmin portion requires some user interface guidelines as
Paul Spencer-5 wrote:
> Hi Jackie,
> unfortunately there seems to be no one interested in becoming involved
> in this aspect of the mapguide project. The original code was
> developed for the open source release to provide a mechanism for
> working with the server that did not require Studio. There are
> certainly a lot of things that could be done but they would require
> some effort to implement.
> There has been work on a .Net tool called map studio, located at
> (originally posted at http://www.hexad.eu/opensource/mapstudio.html).
> On 9-Jan-08, at 5:31 PM, Jackie Ng wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> If anyone has taken a look at the svn changelogs for Web Studio,
>> they will
>> notice that short from a few bug fixes, it hasn't been effectively
>> with new features for over a year now.
>> I think that web studio makes a great environment for ad hoc
>> authoring of
>> maps and spatial data, without needing to pony up cash for MapGuide
>> But at the moment its utility is severly limited, in my opinion.
>> I was wondering if there are any plans for new features in Web
>> Studio (like
>> a sorely needed web layout editor ;-) )
>> - Jackie
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