Caliper also provides custom application and turnkey system development services.
Maptitude for the Web™ has all of the tools you need to create compelling and attractive maps, plus special capabilities for designing and running interactive web mapping applications and GIS web services on the Internet. You can quickly create simple applications, without programming, by using an existing template and linking it to your geographic data. Experienced programmers can create complex web applications and web services by accessing a rich set of .NET classes and modifying the source code for the existing templates.
With Maptitude for the Web, you can quickly add mapping functions to your web site by following a few steps:
Maptitude for the Web is robust enough to meet the specific needs of all types of users:
Map designers can use all of the capabilities of Maptitude to design maps that communicate. You have complete control over the display settings of map features. Choose the style of features, the scales at which they are visible, and how and when they are labeled. MapWizard® automatic mapping technology helps you create color and pattern maps, dot-density maps, scaled-symbol maps, and maps with integrated pie charts and bar charts.
Web site designers can incorporate Maptitude for the Web
controls into other web pages. You can modify the HTML
tags or modify the graphic elements to maintain a consistent design within your web site.
Caliper offers Maptitude and GISDK training in classroom settings or on-site at your location. Our training can be customized to your needs and user group. Caliper also provides custom application and turnkey system development services, including web page creation. We specialize in designing, implementing, and integrating GIS applications for large enterprises and government organizations. We develop:
We can host web services for you or deliver a web services platform that you can host on your own servers.
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