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MapGuide 2.0: Fusion

March 2nd, 2008 by crschmidt · 1 Comment

MapGuide 2.0 was Released on Thursday, with the main feature being:

the integration of Fusion; a flexible, extensible templating system that provides the ability to separate application presentation from its functional components

More information on Fusion is available from DM Solutions. Fusion uses OpenLayers as its mapping layer, and the recent addition of the MapGuide layer to OpenLayers trunk was as a result of the efforts put forth by DM Solutions to help contribute back improvements made to OpenLayers for its use within Fusion.

You can see examples of Fusion in action on the MapGuide Beta site.

Congrats to the MapGuide team on their success in using OpenLayers to build a great looking frontend for MapGuide maps!

Tags: Demos · Users

1 response so far ↓

  • 1 marcus // Aug 21, 2009 at 3:26 am

    I love the MapGuide Open source. I only came across it these last weeks. But one thing I need to know: How can I include my own special pictures in MapGuide? I tried using Maestro to edit but I failed to include or modify any feature in MapGuide. I would like to customise MapGuide web too.
    If someone knows about what I need, Please help.

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