QGIS development

We actively contribute to QGIS project developing python plugins and the QGIS Web Client. We also developed and maintain the official QGIS python plugin repository.

We started our GIS development activities back in 2001, focusing on free open-source software, we developed and deployed several WebGis websites using GRASS and UNM MapServer plus PHP MapScript.

After a while, we stared our Python migration by using the GeoDjango Framework and a choice of Javascript mapping libraries for the client, in particular, we developed WebGIS front-ends with OpenLayers and GeoEXT.

QGIS python plugins development

For internal usage we developed two popular QGIS plugins:

both plugins are released with GPL license and are available on the official QGIS Python Plugins repository, source code is available on my GitHub account.

Official QGIS Python Plugins Repository

Back in 2010 we started contributing to the QGIS community by starting the implementation of the new official QGIS Python Plugins repository.

The new repository was developed in Python using the Django framework

We are still maintaining the plugins repository and we actively participate at all QGIS HackFests to share ideas and coordinate the development with the rest of the QGIS team.

QGIS Server and QGIS Web Client

For a medium sized public administration we recently developed a complete WebGIS system for cadastrial and planning data. We choose the amazing QGIS Server as mapping engine and QGIS Web Client for the client side.

During the development of the system we contributed to the code of both components by providing patches and bug fixes and by developing a full stack of PHP support services that are now integrated in the core of QGIS Web Client


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