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Speeding up multiple web map service requests using Python's asyncio and aiohttp

Posted by: Andre Theron | in Python | 2 months, 3 weeks ago | Comments

Geocontext is a Django app that retrieves information from multiple web based services for a specific query point. The services are arranged into hierarchies with multiple services in a group and multiple groups in a collection. It currently supports querying WMS, WFS & ArcREST services.

Calculating intersects for map layers and map extent dynamically in QGIS

Posted by: Admire Nyakudya | in Python, QGIS | 8 months, 1 week ago | Comments

Recently we have been working on a project that involves simulating the 1 in 50k topographic maps in South Africa. Since we are using QGIS Server to print the map all the logic is set up in print composer. All  maps generated are dynamic (users can select a specific area within South Africa to print) and QGIS Server will use the map template to generate the map. 

FOSS4G 2019 and QGIS in Bucharest

Posted by: Gavin Fleming | in Conference, FOSSGIS, GRASS GIS, GeoNode, GeoServer, Leaflet, PostGIS, Python, QGIS | 1 year ago | Comments

Open source GIS is alive and well and continues to grow in leaps and bounds around the world. Why so many Government entities in South Africa continue paying a fortune of tax-payers money for privative GIS and database software beats me, when wealthy, developed countries (as in most of Europe, for example) saw the light years ago and enthusiastically embrace FOSS.

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