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Geomajas is an extensible spatial application framework, enabling integrated GIS solutions for businesses and government. It has an integrated client-server architecture, with a high focus on server-side integration of your data (be it through GeoTools or Hibernate). This means that you apply your security and business logic on the server before anything gets sent to the client, resulting in robust applications and a real thin client.


RSS Recent releases

  •  12 Sep 2012 21:43

Release Notes: Editable states are now filled in correctly when sending attributes to the client. Various other improvements.

  •  12 Jul 2012 22:49

Release Notes: This release updates to GeoTools 2.7.5, only supports Java 6+, adds extra commands for geometry operations, and performs case-insensitive searching.

  •  02 Feb 2012 01:00

Release Notes: This release uses SLD for feature style definitions, supports features with empty geometry, updates to GeoTools 2.7.4 (with some additional patches), and adds a new LegendImageService, synthetic attributes and label expressions, many usability improvements, configuration options, and bugfixes.

  •  29 Jun 2011 11:23

Release Notes: Association support was improved. Mixed geometry support was added. Performance improvements were made. Code quality and testing were improved.

  •  02 Feb 2011 14:22

Release Notes: Many improvements and bugfixes were made. Extended showcase, better archetype. Usability and performance were improved. Error reporting was improved. The ability to prevent CRS conversion problems was added. Pipelines were improved with provisions for the soon-to-be-released caching and rasterizing.

RSS Recent comments

12 May 2010 16:02 triathlon98 Thumbs up

Very interesting framework. The extensible architecture, security features and strong API contract make this ideal for use in enterprise applications.


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