Milestone 3.3

Due in 4 months (Dec 20, 2018 6:00:00 PM)

14%

Total number of tickets: 51 - closed: 7 - active: 44

AJAX Viewer

0 / 5

Build System

3 / 8

Drawing Service

0 / 1

General

2 / 15

Installer

1 / 4

Map Agent

0 / 1

Rendering Service

0 / 6

Samples

0 / 1

Server

0 / 2

Site Service

0 / 1

Tile Service

0 / 2

Web API

1 / 3

WFS Interface

0 / 2

Implemented Features

  • Support for creating MgMap instances with initial display parameters (RFC 157)
  • GeoJSON support
    • Format support in mapagent responses that return feature/geometry data (RFC 158)
    • Format support in WFS GetFeature responses and WMS GetFeatureInfo responses (RFC 163)
  • UTFGrid support for Tile Set Definitions using the XYZ tile access scheme (RFC 159)
  • New mgserver command-line capabilities to better support containerization and automated provisioning scenarios (RFC 160)
    • Package loading mgserver loadpackage
    • Setting passwords for built-in users mgserver setpwd
  • New Geometry APIs
    • Support for geometry simplification (RFC 153)
    • Support for prepared geometries (RFC 161)
    • Support for tessellating (approximating) curve-based geometries (RFC 161)
  • mapagent enhancements:
    • mapagent support for simplified and correct (with respect to schema) JSON responses (RFC 158)
    • Operations that return feature/geometry data have option for GeoJSON output (RFC 158)
    • New Geo-Processing services to bring up to feature parity with geometry APIs already available in the MapGuide Web API (RFC 161)
    • Support for batch transforming coordinates and re-projecting any response that returns feature/geometry data (RFC 162)
  • Support for building MapGuide on Linux with CMake instead of autotools (RFC 164)

Features in the pipeline (with strong possibility of inclusion)

  • New replacement managed API bindings generated via vanilla and un-modified SWIG
    • MapGuideDotNetApi supporting .net core and full framework
    • Java wrapper API targeting JDK 7 and higher
    • PHP wrapper targeting PHP 7.x
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