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Open source geographical software in the cloud
Open source geographical software in the cloud

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In January we have been busy with the next (slightly) larger update of the #GeoCloud2 software. Thanks to all of you who have tested #GC2, we have corrected many bugs. Furthermore, we have improved the underlying framework, so it’s even easier to build upon  GC2. The notable new features are: 

- New theme wizard, which makes it very easy to generate classes based on data attributes. Currently it is possible to create classes based on unique values and intervals, the latter both equals and quantiles. 

- New public map viewer. We have among other things placed the layer tree in a touch enabled slide menu. The Bootstrap 3 framework is now used. 

If you are using GC2 on your own server, you can update through Git. If you have used one of MapCentia’s server images, log on and run these commands: 

cd / var/www/geocloud2 

sudo git pull

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I’ve earlier written about a mashup between GC2 layers and a MapBox map.

This can also be done with a CartoDB map. Its easy to access the native Leaflet object in the cartodb.js API so you can add additional layers from GC2.

Se how its done here: http://blog.mapcentia.com/post/75478079070/add-geocloud2-layers-to-a-cartodb-map

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I’ve earlier written about a mashup between GC2 layers and a MapBox map.

This can also be done with a CartoDB map. Its easy to access the native Leaflet object in the cartodb.js API so you can add additional layers from GC2.

Se how its done here: http://blog.mapcentia.com/post/75478079070/add-geocloud2-layers-to-a-cartodb-map
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