Ok, I’m not the first to come up with that name, but I like it so it’s staying for now. The problem space is this: Your web development team is good with forms. They build forms like diurnal animals wake — daily: day in, day out, day in, day out. They want to build a form for a mobile web app and it just happens to use … Continue reading Leaflet Crosshairs
I wrote an earlier post on using GetFeatureInfo through OpenLayers to bring back a formatted html document with pictures, and formated tables, etc. It wasn’t sophisticated, but got the job done. Since around that time, as I’ve been building out our services, the speed with which a GetFeatureInfo request returns has g o t t e n p r o g r e s s … Continue reading OpenLayers, GeoExt, GeoServer, and GetFeatureInfo
This is such a small post, it could be a tweet, but since I re-read my blog and rarely my tweets (and as this is as much for me as for anyone else): http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3915917/make-a-link-use-post-instead-of-get Continue reading Making a link use post instead of get
GeoServer now has the ability to consume database views from PostGIS, not just raw tables. I say it “now” has that ability– I think that came online with GeoServer 2.x series, but I’m just “now” starting to take advantage of it. You can also create views on the fly within GeoServer, but I prefer to apply the logic at the database level, just in case … Continue reading PostgreSQL Views within GeoServer, GetFeatureInfo with Freemarker Templates, etc.