[QGIS-Developer] GSoC: Web API plugin dev versions available
tim at kartoza.com
Sun Jun 11 14:52:42 PDT 2017
Thanks for the updates - keep em coming!
> On 11 Jun 2017, at 4:19 PM, Kevin Stadler <e0425926 at student.tuwien.ac.at> wrote:
> just to let everyone know that development of the Web/Network API
> plugin for QGIS Desktop (purpose described here
> is now well underway. So far all commits have gone into the plugin
> repository itself:
> For those interested, the README contains instructions on how to
> install/test the current development versions of the plugin. In
> contrast to Barry Rowlingson's experimental 'pqgisr' R package
> (https://stat.ethz.ch/pipermail/r-sig-geo/2016-August/024817.html) the
> approach taken by the GSoC project separates the 'server' side (plugin
> providing programming language-independent interface to QGIS
> components+data) from 'client' implementations (e.g. an R package
> making use of that interface).
> For the first two weeks coding has been limited to the plugin side so
> there isn't much ready-to-use functionality yet, however if anyone
> would be interested in testing early client versions and has any
> suggestions/requests on what components/functions I should focus on,
> such feedback would be most welcome!
> I'm currently developing the plugin against the QGIS 2 API, but with
> QGIS 3 in mind for easier conversion later on.
> For more details see my OSGeo Google Summer of Code weekly reports so far:
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