Tag: PostGIS

10 October 2017

Undo Redo stack is back QGIS Transaction groups

Let’s keep on looking at what we did in QGIS.org grant application of early 2017 spring. At Oslandia, we use a lot the transaction groups option of QGIS. It was an experimental feature in QGIS 2.X allowing to open only one common Postgres transaction for all layers sharing the same connection string. When activated, that option will bring
7 October 2017

Refresh your maps FROM postgreSQL !

Continuing our love story with PostgreSQL and QGIS, we asked QGIS.org a grant application during early 2017 spring. The idea was to take benefit of very advanced PostgreSQL features, that probably never were used in a Desktop GIS client before. Today, let’s see what we can do with the PostgreSQL NOTIFY feature! Ever dreamt of being able to
16 March 2016

OSGeo CS 2016 report : PostGIS

The annual OSGeo Codesprint took place from 23d to 26th of February in Paris, at Mozilla’s Foundation offices. Here is a summary of some achievements done during this event by the PostGIS team.
20 May 2014

Full Spatial database power in 2 lines

This post explains how to setup a powerful spatial data store with a wide range of features on Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty) in 2 command lines. And how it works.
23 February 2014

Oslandia and Mappy towards OpenSource

For more than two years, Oslandia has been working with Mappy for its transition towards OpenSource. The first step is represented by the database migration project of the cartographic backoffice, from Oracle to PostGIS. This has just been finalized and is currently running in production.
19 February 2014

QGIS plugin for water management

Oslandia releases today a new plugin for the QGIS processing framework, allowing for water distribution network simulation. It integrates the opensource EPANET simulation software. EPANET models water distribution networks. It’s a widely used public-domain simulation software developed by the US Environmental Protection Agency.
23 September 2013

QGIS Community meeting in Brighton

Developers and contributors from the QGIS project are used to gather physically twice a year across different countries. Such an event allows people to synchronize their effort, and discuss new possible developments.cThe latest QGIS community meeting took place in Brighton from the 12th to the 16th of September, just before the FOSS4G event. It was
20 September 2013

PostGIS 3D – Foss4g video and workshop

The latest PostGIS and QGIS 3D enhancements presented at FOSS4G by Oslandia are available online.We suggest you to have a look on our PostGIS 3D / QGIS 3D video demonstration using SFCGAL library and the QGIS Horao plugin.
13 July 2013

QGIS versioning plugin

We developped a tool to manage data history, branches, and to work offline with your PostGIS-stored data and QGIS. Read more to get the insight of QGIS Versioning plugin. The QGIS plugin is available in QGIS plugin repository, and you can `fork it on GitHub too https://github.com/Oslandia/qgis-versioning !