geOps OpenLayers Editor source code released! Under FreeBSD!

Here’s a little good news for GIS developers.

geOps has released the full source code of their cute little geospatial editor called OpenLayers Editor under the FreeBSD license!

OpenLayers Editor is really cute and it comes with a toolbar that has some basic tools to help users edit and manipulate geodata right from their browsers. You may digitize lines, polygons and even place points with OpenLayers Editor. The cute little web app even allows you to upload shapefiles, split, merge and validate geometries (with the help of PostGIS).

geOps has been kind enough to provide us with a demo site and you can play around with OpenLayers Editor there. GIS Developers may also download its source code from Github.

OpenLayers Editor
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