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MOOC: Learn the FOSS4g Stack: Internet Mapping with Geoserver

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This MOOC Internet Mapping with Geoserver consists of:

Introduction

  • Lesson 1: Welcome to the course
  • Lesson 2: Download and Install Geoserver
  • Lesson 3: Exploring our data
  • Lesson 4: Download and Install PostgreSQL
  • Lesson 5: Download and Install QGIS
  • Lesson 6: Load data into PostgreSQL

Getting started with Geoserver

  • Lesson 7: Start Geoserver and navigate the interface
  • Lesson 8: Workspaces and Data Stores
  • Lesson 9: Load more data stores
  • Lesson 10: Geoserver - Styles

Understand the services of Geoserver

  • Lesson 11: What is WMS and WFS?

Server-side processing

  • Lesson 12: Modification with CQL
  • Lesson 13: Interacting with server results and variables
  • Lesson 14: PostgreSQL Views

How to interact with Geoserver from the client using Openlayers 3

  • Lesson 15: Openlayers - Part 1
  • Lesson 16: Modify layers with Openlayers
  • Lesson 17: CQL analysis - Part 1
  • Lesson 18: User experience and controls
  • Lesson 19: CQL analysis - Part 2
  • Lesson 20: Trigger Geoserver responses with mouse interactions - Openlayers
  • Lesson 21: Add vector data to your app from Geoserver
  • Bonus: Download course data and scripts

What will you learn during this course 'internet mapping with geoserver'?

  • How to install and operate Geoserver
  • Serve vector, raster, and attribute data on the Internet with Geoserver
  • Set up Geoserver so that it operates like a cloud-based spatial data server
  • Create an application that allows clients and a server to interact with data and users over the internet
  • How to broker the relationship between the Internet user and the back-end server. When you learn this, you'll be able to adapt just about any client/server application
  • Load spatial and attribute data into Geoserver
  • How to serve up data from multiple sources like Postgres, Geopackage, SQLite, and shapefiles
  • How to develop back-end server processing to deliver the results of spatial operations. You'll do this with both SQL and CQL
  • Create a frontend web mapping browser, using OpenLayer

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