[Qgis-developer] Server features
giohappy at gmail.com
Thu Nov 15 01:56:52 PST 2012
> I think this is the big difference between Lizmap and Qgis Web Client (but
> I can be wrong, as I have barely tested it) :
> * Lizmap is buit with a php framework, so it do whatever is possible
> server side : rights management, use database , use web caching, etc.
> Lizmap does 2 jobs : it create the web map interface AND it acts as a proxy
> between QGIS Server and the web map.
> cannot create web services with it. You must rely on other tools to
> provides server side scripting.
You're right. Multiple solutions are always good for the market ;)
Qgis Web Client, by itself, provides only a couple of python cgi scripts
for text searches on structured PG tables.
That's why we've started developing the Django project to sit in between
Qgis Web Client and Qgis Server...
Marco, please correct me if I am wrong.
> 2012/11/15 Paolo Cavallini <cavallini at faunalia.it>
>> Il 15/11/2012 10:34, kimaidou ha scritto:
>> > * it took us only one day to develop the caching system in Lizmap,
>> > because PHP and the jelix framework provide all the stuff needed to
>> > achieve this goal efficiently. This is why we did it (why not at this
>> > cost :) ) We could also use memcache, postgresql bdd to store the
>> > cache, etc.
>> I understand this. In your opinion, would it be difficult to add the
>> same also to qgis web browser (I know it's unfair to ask, since it's
>> actually a competitor ;) ).
>> All the best.
>> Paolo Cavallini - Faunalia
>> Full contact details at www.faunalia.eu/pc
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