Open-Source Web-GIS Applications

You want to know which Open-Source Web-GIS applications are used to share geospatial data over the Internet?

Web-GIS applications

1. GeoServer

GeoServer is an open source server for sharing geospatial data.

http://geoserver.org/

2. degree

deegree is an open source software for geodata infrastructures and the geospatial web.

https://www.deegree.org/

3. FeatureServer

FeatureServer is an implementation of a RESTful Geographic Feature Service.

http://featureserver.org/

MapGuide Open Source

MapGuide Open Source is a web-based platform that enables users to develop and deploy web mapping applications and geospatial services.

http://mapguide.osgeo.org/

5. MapServer

MapServer is an open-source platform for publishing geodata and interactive map applications on the web.

https://www.mapserver.org/


Javascript libraries

6. OpenLayers

OpenLayers is a JavaScript library that enables geospatial data to be displayed in the web browser. OpenLayers is a programming interface that allows client-side development independent of the server.

https://openlayers.org/

7. Leaflet

Leaflet is a free JavaScript library that can be used to create Web-GIS applications. The library uses HTML5, CSS3 and therefore supports most browsers.

https://leafletjs.com/

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Max Dietrich
Max Dietrich

Geospatial Developer

I am currently working as GeoData-Manager and i enjoy to experiment with web-applications.

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