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Apache

Apache Tomcat

  • version: 7
  • description:
    • web server and web container (implements Java Servlet API)
    • provides a "pure Java" HTTP web server environment in which Java code can run
    • an open source implementation of the Java Servlet, JavaServer Pages, Java Expression Language and Java WebSocket technologies
    • on the SDI4Apps platform, installed only as a part of Liferay Portal, standard administration tools are not avilable
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Apache Solr

ExtJS

  • version: 4.2.1
  • description:
    • a pure JavaScript application framework that works on all modern browsers from IE6 to the latest version of Chrome
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GDAL

Geoserver

  • version: 2.7.6
  • description:
    • an open source software server that allows users to share and edit geospatial data
    • publishes data from any major spatial data source using open standards
    • can create maps in a variety of output formats
    • implementing the Web Map Service (WMS) standard, the Web Feature Service (WFS) standard
    • integration of OpenLayers making map generation quick and easy
    • written in Java
    • built on Geotools, an open source Java GIS toolkit
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HSLayers

  • version: NG (New Generation)
  • description:
    • a new generation of HSLayers
    • extends the OpenLayers 3 functionality and takes some ideas from the original HSLayers library, but doesn’t use Ext3 as the frontend JavaScript framework and is more lightweight in general
    • built in a modular way which enables the modules to be freely attached and removed as far as the dependencies for each of them are satisfied, the dependency checking is done automatically
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HSProxy

  • version:
  • description:
    • a Python script, which enables calls from the map application to various remote servers, for example to WMS server, which is (for security reasons) not possible to do directly
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Java

jQuery

LayMan

Liferay Portal

  • version: 6.2 GA6
  • description:
    • a free and open source enterprise portal software product written in Java
    • includes a built-in web content management system allowing users to build websites and portals as an assembly of themes, pages, portlets/gadgets and a common navigation
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  • dependencies:
    • [Apache Tomcat](#Apache Tomcat) - installed as a part of Liferay Portal

MapServer

  • version: 7.0.3
  • description:
    • an open source platform for publishing spatial data and interactive mapping applications to the web
    • a geographic data rendering engine written in C
    • serves as a “map engine” for other portions of the site, providing spatial context where needed
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Micka

  • version: 5.030
  • description:
    • a software for spatial data / services metadata management according to ISO, OGC and INSPIRE standards
    • is able to implement any standard based on XML document
    • in default, these standards are implemented:
      • Spatial data metadata (ISO 19115)
      • Spatial services metadata (ISO 19119)
      • Feature catalog (ISO 19110)
      • Dublin Core metadata (ISO 15836)
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OWSLib

  • version:
  • description:
    • a Python package for client programming with Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) web service interface standards, and their related content models
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pgRouting

  • version:
  • description:
    • applicable to any topological network as long as it is a topological network dataset consisting of nodes and links (a road network, an electricity distribution grids or a utility pipelines)
    • implements the OpenLS Routing Service interface and adds methods to permit for more generic route calculations that supports a wider set of potential use cases
    • supports an extensive set of network analysis algorithms - enables not only point-to-point routing but also generate service areas, calculate optimal routes for reaching a specific set of destinations in the shortest possible time
    • the public methods of the greatest interest in the OpenAPI:
      • GetShortestPath
      • GetOptimalRoute
      • GetReachableArea
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PHP

  • version: 7.0
  • description:
    • a widely-used open source general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for web development and can be embedded into HTML
    • used as an Apache module
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  • dependecies:
    • Apache - a module of a web server

phpPgAdmin

PostGIS

  • version: 2.3
  • description:
    • an extension to the PostgreSQL object-relational database system which allows GIS (Geographic Information Systems) objects to be stored in the database
    • a spatial database extender for PostgreSQL object-relational database
    • adds support for geographic objects allowing location queries to be run in SQL
    • offers many features rarely found in other competing spatial databases such as Oracle Locator/Spatial and SQL Server (PostGIS Feature List)
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PostgreSQL

  • version: 9.6
  • description:
    • a open source object-relational database system (ORDBMS) based on POSTGRES, Version 4.2
    • supports a large part of the SQL standard and offers many modern features, such as complex queries, foreign keys, triggers,updatable views, transactional integrity, multiversion concurrency control.
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Proj4js

Proxy4ows

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  • description:
    • an open source server program, which enables to visualize and work with large vector data and raster data in the web environment
    • converts OGC WCS and WFS to OGC WMS for easy access from the client
    • can be also used for transformation of the original data into server-unsupported coordinate reference system
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Python

SensLog

  • version: 1.0
  • description:
    • processes sensor observations produced by external (static or mobile) devices
    • contains API in form of web-services in JSON language or in standardized form using OGC SOS version 1.0.0
    • module for collecting VGI data enables to store features containing point geometry, standard attributes and additional connected multimedia files
    • written in Java version 6
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Statusmanager

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  • description:
    • a part of HS Layers
    • is PHP script, which reads and writes state of the map (using PHP Session id), so that user, while page reloading, get’s the state, he got before leaving
    • is used as server-side file-handler and enables javascript <–> file object connection
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Virtuoso

  • version: 7.2
  • description: Virtuoso is a modern enterprise grade solution for data access, integration, and relational database management (SQL Tables and/or RDF based Property/Predicate Graphs). It includes support for key Internet, Web, and Data Access standards such as: XML, XPATH, XSLT, SOAP, WSDL, UDDI, WebDAV, SMTP, SQL-92, ODBC, JDBC, and OLE-DB.
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WebGLayer