We often have QGIS project files that are part of a customer project. To be able to manage versions of these project files or have multiple people working on it, they are managed inside a git repository. This is however not easy, because with every save of a project file, thousands of lines change, even […]
Let’s get straight to the point It’s official, QField for QGIS 1.0 is out! Get it while it’s hot on the Playstore (qfield.org/get) or on GitHub We are incredibly pleased and proud of just having released such a jewel and are convinced that, thanks to all its features and conscious design choices, QField will make your […]
Last Thursday around half past six in the evening. Striking many Geo-scientist found the way to the Spitalgasse in Bern. The reason was the 26th GeoBeer event taking place at ImpactHub.GeoBeer is a quarterly meeting of people interested in geography, GIS, cartography and the latest technologies. It’s hosted every time by someone else. This time […]
We are really happy to announce the fifth and (hopefully) last 1.0 release candidate in QField’s history! This means that QField 1.0 is closer than ever. Get it while it’s hot on the Playstore (https://qfield.org/get) or on GitHub Thanks to all the feedback by the fantastic community we were able to fix plenty of bugs, […]
We are really happy to announce the release a new great milestone in QField’s history, QField 1.0 Release Candidate 3! (Yes, you might have got a glimpse of the broken RC2 if you where very attentive) Thanks to the great feedback we received since releasing RC1 we were able to fix plenty of issues and […]
It was a long and winding road but we are very excited to announce the General availability of QField 1.0 Release Candidate 1.
We ask you to help us test as much as possible this Release Candidate so that we can iron out as many bugs as possible before the final release of QField 1.0.
As promised some time ago in “The new QML widgets in QGIS – When widgets get unbridled” we still owe you some fancy unicorns, but first let’s have a look at another nice feature that has been introduced in QGIS 3.4 LTR, the reading of PostgreSQL JSON and JSONB types. With JSON you have a lot […]
Individuality is the definition of freedom. And freedom is the fundamental requirement of man’s mind. QGIS possibly cannot give you all the freedom you require in life. But at least a lot of freedom in how you manage your work. QGIS 3.4.0 LTR was released last week and it comes loaded with features supporting big […]
QGIS is a real cosmopolitan. Born in Alaska sixteen years ago, it has spread all over the world since. Thanks to its open source mentality, it finds not only in economically strong countries big usergroups. No question, that beside all the developers, there is a bunch of brave translators giving everything to make and keep […]
While porting a plugin to QGIS3 I decided to also move all it’s threading infrastructure to QgsTasks. Here three possible variants to implement this. the first uses the static method QgsTask.fromFunction and is simpler to use. A great quick solution. If you want need control you can look at the second solution that subclasses QgsTask. […]