The association Pro Velo Bern and the city of Bern used to publish a printed bicycle map over the pastt years, showing the best bicycle routes in and around the city.
At the beginning of April, three Camptocamp’s developers attended the OpenLayers 3 Code Sprint which took place in Schladming (Austria).
At the OpenLayers 3 code sprint in Austria, our team implemented a Proof of Concept (PoC) demonstrating line and polygon rendering using WebGL.
With ngeo, Camptocamp's goal is to ease and make efficient the developement of applications based on AngularJS to OpenLayers 3.
Camptocamp will attend FOSSGIS in Münster (D), the biggest Free and Open Source GIS Conference in the German-speaking world.
OpenLayers 3 supports three different rendering technologies: Canvas, DOM and WebGL. The technology currently used by default is Canvas, the most capable and reliable renderer.
A joint effort between allowed to start and release the first version of an Open Source community library with the goal to synchronize an OpenLayers 3 Map with a Cesium Virtual Globe.
Camptocamp attended FOSS4G to discuss and present its new Open Source Geospatial technologies.
GeoMapFish just released version 1.5! GeoMapFish is an Open Source Web-mapping application.
The 2014 FOSS4G conference in Portland has begun! Camptocamp participed to the animation of three very successful workshops.
Camptocamp is pleased to announce the release of the first stable version of OpenLayers 3.0
Camptocamp’s core developers of OpenLayers, MapFish and GeoNetwork and will attend the 2014 FOSS4G conference taking place in Portland, OR, USA.
Camptocamp attended SIGGRAPH 2014 held in Vancouver (Canada). WebGL is an important part in this event.
With the wide availability of Web technologies, more and more GIS applications are available online and accessible from mobile terminals.
This year, the FOSSGIS conference in Berlin had a record number of visitors! Very interesting projects were presented and use cases were actively exchanged during the breaks.