SuperGIS Server is designed to help users share GIS data in many ways, and a better version of SuperGIS Server 3.2 just released this week. The latest update improves the management ability of SuperGIS Server Manager and adds more tools in Ultra web applications.
Administrators now can backup their SuperGIS Server and roll it back to previous status. This design is to prevent services failures, account errors and other problems due to human or machine errors. Regularly backing up your SuperGIS Server is recommended to provide a better quality of services.
The Ultra web applications now provide more useful tools for users to explore and observe the spatial relationships of the data, including LayerSwipe and Gauge tool.
The LayerSwipe splits the screen into 2 halves so that users can find the differences between 2 layers easily. For example, users can see the difference between the patterns of world population in and. The Gauge tool provides a dashboard-like interface for users to observe the feature values in a cool way.
In addition to the tools that are mentioned above, there are more improvements in the latest version. For example, now you can display KML files through Ultra web applications! Visit our developer network website, SGDN, to understand how to use these new tools. Now download the latest version of SuperGIS Server 3.2 from our official website for a one-month free trial. Go and get one today!
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