MapSurfer.NET for Linux

February 4, 2015

We are excited to announce that now MapSurfer.NET framework can run on Linux using Mono. This is a first attempt to port the framework to an operating system different from Microsoft Windows. We have released the core of the framework which is fully compatible with Windows version. However, some important components a still missing. They are

  • MapSurfer.NET Studio - a desktop application for creating and editing map styles.
  • Web component that is responsible for running web services.
a destkop application to create and edit map styles in a convenient way. In this application, you can easily perform map generalization, change map symbology, configure labelling settings or uncover problems in styles using a built-in performance profiler. - See more at: http://mapsurfernet.com/#sthash.eFWFzt3O.dpuf
a destkop application to create and edit map styles in a convenient way. In this application, you can easily perform map generalization, change map symbology, configure labelling settings or uncover problems in styles using a built-in performance profiler. - See more at: http://mapsurfernet.com/#sthash.eFWFzt3O.dpuf
a destkop application to create and edit map styles in a convenient way. In this application, you can easily perform map generalization, change map symbology, configure labelling settings or uncover problems in styles using a built-in performance profiler. - See more at: http://mapsurfernet.com/#sthash.eFWFzt3O.dpuf
a destkop application to create and edit map styles in a convenient way. In this application, you can easily perform map generalization, change map symbology, configure labelling settings or uncover problems in styles using a built-in performance profiler. - See more at: http://mapsurfernet.com/#sthash.eFWFzt3O.dpuf

Our next step will be an implementation of OWIN interface, which is an open standard for communication between .NET web servers and web applications. That means we are aiming at building the web component that could run on any HTTP server such as IIS, Nginx or Apache.


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