QField Experimental is out, after a couple of months of requirements gathering, private early alpha testing and foremost tons of emails requesting access to the testes group we decided today to put the current BETA version in the playstore. This means that from now on you can install QField just like any other android app by using the playstore.
It is with great pleasure that we want to announce the new name for what was briefly known as QGIS mobile. Please welcome QField for QGIS™!
QField is an Open Source field data capture and management app fully compatible with QGIS™ which allows you to take your QGIS projects out of the office for effective field work while maintaining QGIS’ styling and edit widgets QField for great preparation time.
It is with great pleasure the we want to share with you the demo video of version 0.2. of QGIS Mobile (temporary name) is a touch optimized interface for field work developed by OPENGIS.ch.
The QGIS mobile 0.2 video demonstrates some basic functionality like navigation, feature identification and attribute editing.
The QField 0.2 video demonstrates some basic functionality like navigation, feature identification and attribute editing.
For the first time we at OPENGIS.ch can celebrate with 2 people, Marco Bernasocchi and Matthias Kuhn both experienced QGIS developers and holders of a Master degree in GIScience.
After having worked individually in the last years, we have realized that there is a huge potential for us to join our knowledge – because the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. This is why starting from January 1st, 2015 we are working together as OPENGIS.ch LLC.
Hi all, just a quick note to remind you all that currently QGIS for android runs on ARM v7 tablets only. I currently have no time to make an x86 build and since I got two emails asking why the…
Tonight I finally managed to workaround the last big missing feature. Due to bug 5170, the renderer’s user interface was missing, but after fighting for hours, a minor change in the code made all the UI work. So go download…
The last few weeks have been super exciting and intense in terms of QGIS development. I’ve been working a lot and sleeping little to get the latest and greatest stuff to you in the nightly packages.
Beside the whole UI and stability work, the nicest feature is probably the mbtiles support. mbtiles are raster tiles in a sqlite database and are blazing fast, have a look at it in the video below.
After two very android QGIS centric weeks I’m very happy to point you to last night nightly build that includes a lot of new improvements, better stability and of course all the super cool features of the freshly released QGIS…