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WISroGIS 2.0 Webris Released !

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September 2010: Version 2.0 Webris released !

WISroGIS 2.0Webris: wise GIS publishingWISroGIS 2.0 Webris - component & plugin for visual maps and layers management under Joomla CMS.

WISroGIS offer support for most commercial mapping sources, as Google Maps, Yahoo Maps, Bing Maps (former Virtual Earth), OpenStreetMap and many more.

Besides the above maps use, the user may access map data sources through the standard geospatial web services, such as WMS.

The maps may be used as stand alone content or embeded into Joomla articles to present various locations or overlay any type of geospatial information places of interest, business locations etc.

The new Joomla WISroGIS component brings enhanced GIS map publishing under Joomla:

  • visual maps configurationand layers addition
  • including maps & layers samples: all Google Maps, Yahoo Maps, Bing (Virtual Earth) and OpenStreeLayers
  • over 75 predefined styles (image-marker)
  • visual layers management:
  • Google Maps,
  • Yahoo Maps
  • Bing/Virtual Earth
  • OpenStreetMaps
  • KML layers - local and remote files
  • GPX (navigation tracks) layers
  • Custom coded layer - WMS, WFS etc
  • placemarks (locations markers) visual management - geo-location from direct input, geocoded address from Google Maps or by direct click on map
  • placemarks categories management
  • styles management - define your own image-markers and assign them to the categories or placemarks
Last Updated on Thursday, 21 October 2010 11:20  

Newsflash

WISroGIS 2.1 Webris just released. Enrich your maps by overlaying images: regional, tourist or historical maps can now be added into Joomla. Webris 2.1 brings the Maps of Britain into Joomla. Load now Open Space layers and get detailed maps from Ordnance Survey ! See online overlayed images samples: Grand Canyon and Mount Etna.

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