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OpenGeo offers OpenLayers training, including introductory and advanced sessions, as well as OpenLayers core development to add new features to the project.
Our OpenLayers Team
Andreas is an active OpenLayers and GeoExt steering committee member and committer. He has been working in geospatial for almost 20 years, and is a frequent teacher and speaker.
Samuel has worn multiple hats during his 12-year affair with spatial technologies: user, print cartographer, web-mapper, integrator, scripter/programmer, trainer, analyst, manager.
David Winslow is Technical Lead of the GeoNode team. As a committer on GeoTools, GeoServer, and GeoExt, as well as a contributor to OpenLayers, his expertise covers the entire OpenGeo Stack.
- Overlay multiple standards-compliant map layers into a single application
- Displays tiles/images from WMS, WMTS, TMS, WMS-C, WMTS, Google Maps, Bing Maps, Yahoo Maps, OpenStreetMap, ArcGIS Server, ArcIMS
- Vector feature rendering and styling with support for KML, GeoJSON, WKT, GML, WFS, GeoRSS
- Web-based editing, including feature snapping and splitting, via WFS-Transactional (WFS-T) leveraging SVG or VML
- Client side map reprojection
- Feature clustering and paging
OpenLayers provides a powerful foundation for web mapping applications like the ones below:
- Styler: An interactive styling application for geospatial data.
- Community Almanac: A collaborative community building and story telling application developed for the Orton Foundation.
- GeoView: A tool for browsing geospatial data on the web.
- Vespucci: A collaborative mapping tool that takes advantage of GeoServer's versioning capability.
- NYC Building Editor: A simple demo of GeoServer's versioning ability.