Training

gvNIX in 11th International gvSIG Conference

Presentation and workshop of gvNIX at 11gvSIG

Once again this year, gvNIX will be present at the International Conference gvSIG, that will be held from December 2nd to 4th at La Petxina Sports-Cultural Complex (Valencia – Spain)

The Association gvSIG and the DISID Corporation gvNIX development team will be presented the gvNIX tool to participate actively in the conference with workshops and presentations.

The presentation gvNIX: New features will be Thursday December 3rd at 11:00am local time; gvNIX workshop: Geoportals for viewing and data management rapid development will be held on 3rd December from 15.10h to 18h local time.

gvNIX workshop: Geoportals for viewing and data management rapid development

In this workshop we will focus on GEO component, especially oriented to developers. In the workshop will see how:

  • Set up a project to work with GEO components
  • Create GEO fields
  • Transform web layer GEO fields to store data
  • Demonstration of creating, updating and visualization of entities with GEO fields
  • Generate empty map
  • Add entities to map
  • Add new layers to the map (Tiles and WMS)
  • Add new tools to map (Custom and included in gvNIX)
  • Add new components to map
  • Setting layers (filterable, selectable icon colors, etc …)
  • Demonstration using filtering and selection Datatables component

Prerequisites

For those who want to participate in the workshop the prerequisites are:

  • Create Petclinic user. On Login Role, right click, select New Login Role… and create the user petclinic with the following information:
    • Properties > Role Name: petclinic
    • Definition > Password: petclinic
  • En Database > New Database create a petclinic database with the following information:
    • Name: petclinic
    • Login role : petclinic
  • Para añadir la extensión espacial en la base de datos, seleccionar la opción postgis en petclinic > Extensions > new Extension.

The Registration remains open, and as in all gvSIG event is free, with places are limited.

The program is available with the paper sessions and workshops on the Conference web page.

We wait for you!