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11:17 AM
@Zuenie As far as I know apart from ArcGIS online, using Geoserver or a combination of HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Openlayers/Leaflet should help you make a web application but as you might know these are not really 'easy to use'. You would have to do some work to make an application with these.
@Zuenie I can only think of Geoserver providing the capability to spatially adapt the data (spatial queries do you mean?), but I dont know about report generation even in Geoserver.
But why would they want to do this spatial analysis? You can just ask them to tell you how they want to spatially adapt the data, you can do it in GIS software and generate reports for them instead of making an application for them to do that themselves. If they start learning how to do this kind of stuff, your job role as a GIS guy may soon become irrelevant.
@saviour123 wassup
 
11:50 AM
@Salman am cool man, am having some issues with leaftet JS, how to make the marker icon appear for all points.
 
12:13 PM
@saviour123 What do you mean? You have for example two points and the marker appears for only one point? what is appearing for the other point?
 
1:00 PM
https://github.com/saviour123/malariaRes.git
clone, it test test it. the problem is fixing the marker icon
 
 
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5:42 PM
@Salman Thank you for responding. I just want to let the user draw, edit (like pull vertices) and save data. No complex stuff. The report generator should be makeable by using maps exported as a picture. Then the webapplication should be able to create jpg's out of maps. That should be possible right? Anyhow, ArcGIS online is the most advanced, easyest to use, most expensive thing that gives me some of the functionalities I need. Are there alternatives? Other than geoserver/leaflet/html
 
 
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8:16 PM
Anyone here who has worked on creating thematic maps in a web application ?
 

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