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jQuery and GIS distance in MariaDB

I’ve continued building on my MariaDB GIS and node.js example application that I wrote about two weeks back, https://blog.mariadb.org/node-js-mariadb-and-gis/. The application shows how to load GPX information into MariaDB, using some MariaDB GIS functionality, and making use of the node.js platform together with MariaDB’s non-blocking client. With the GPX data converted into GIS points in […]

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Node.js, MariaDB and GIS

The availability of the node.js binding for MariaDB’s non-blocking client library together with the GIS capabilities of MariaDB inspired me to make an example of using node.js and MariaDB to import so-called GPX tracks to a MariaDB database and then show them on a map. GPX tracks are what are stored by many GPS devices […]

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Screencast: MariaDB GIS demo

Here’s another MariaDB screencast, this time highlighting some of the GIS functionality in MariaDB. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LpDm_8L1oyI (I recommend watching it in full screen 720p, so you can see the details.) Some links and notes: GIS Functionality in MariaDB Data used in this screencast OpenJUMP JUMP database plugin To use the database plugin, unpack it into the […]

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Wrapping up MariaDB 2011

Parts of the world are already celebrating Christmas Eve and it’s time to relax and spend time with family and friends. Even if you don’t celebrate Christmas this is when there is time for less work. Here are a few words to round off MariaDB’s current state and where it’s heading. This year culminated in […]

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