Boost Productivity With Powerful Desktop & Online GIS Integration
Desktop GIS are great for managing and analyzing geospatial data. However, they provided limited scope for sharing. This is the strength of an Online GIS.
How to Make a Web Map That Compares Two Datasets Side-by-Side
The ability to compare two layers side-by-side is powerful. Often patterns that would be impossible to spot in the raw data are obvious when viewed in this way.
How to Choose the Correct Basemap for Your Web Map
With so many basemaps to choose from, which ones should we use? In this article we will go through what's available and which use case each is best suited to.
Why Your Web Maps Need Proximity Analysis and Spatial Queries
Users want answers, and sometimes answers involve the relationship between more than one dataset. Sounds complex, but it doesn't have to be.
How to Implement Rock Solid Security for Your Web Maps
The security of map and data is one of the biggest stumbling block an organization can face when making the transition to a web based mapping system.
How to Make an Awesome Query Tool for Your Web Map
Your users don't want a web map. What? They don't want a web map. Yes, that's right, your users don't want a web map. What they want is the answer to a question
Is the Poor Design of Your Search Feature Ruining Your Web Map?
The design of your search feature is critical for your web map - users want to find their starting point. And it’s something that most web maps are doing wrong.