KOREM Inc., specializing in development and the integration of Web-mapping technology, announced the release of Push’n’See v.4.7.1 for MapInfo MapXtreme Java Edition. KOREM’s product has been significantly enhanced with new capabilities and advanced features but more importantly, KOREM now releases a third extension allowing for integration of the product in a Web Services approach.
Besides providing an intuitive and flexible user interface to create maps, design navigators and deploy applications, Push’n’See is fully customizable and adaptable to IT standards. This latest release is pushing further the democratization of Web-mapping development. The Management Console was improved with additional functions providing the system administrator and the project author with a better control and more flexibility over Web-mapping projects. Among the numerous improvements:
· The possibility for authors, besides the direct publication of MapInfo Workspaces, to elaborate maps on-line picking tables from the Management Console’s geobase;
· An intuitive wizard to connect descriptive data stored in RDBMS to geometric layers;
· An intuitive wizard to connect to MapInfo’s geocoder MapMarker, to be used in the search tool for address matching;
· New selection tools available in the navigator for radius and polygonal selections;
· Ability to use Oracle, MS SQLServer or MySQL as the back-end administrative BD;
· Compatible with MapXtreme 4.7.1 Java Edition;
· A series of other improvements in every aspect of the system…
With the release of this version, KOREM introduces a third extension. After the GeoSTAT Extension and the WMS Extension with version 4.7, KOREM now releases a Web Services API extension. With the addition of a WS API, developers can integrate Push’n’See mapping applications into their development environment and interact with content and functionalities using a Web Service fully standardized approach (SOAP, WSDL, UDDI).