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Client-Server Application "Web GIS"

Student: Anton Briukhov

Supervisor: Ramon Antonio Rodriges Zalipynis

Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science

Educational Programme: Software Engineering (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2018

The work covers the development of a geographic information system. Geographic information systems are widely used in many applications, especially those using geospatial data (data on objects with geographic refereces). In the study various geographic information system development approaches were examined with their drawbacks and advantages. A web-application, which is one of implementations of the client-server architectural approach, is chosen as a base application being developed. The object of development is the geographic information system for working with geospatial data. Developed application is a web-service, which is using server API as well as providing a web-interface in a form of single page web-application for geospatial data visualization and interaction with the application. Java programming language together with Spring and Netty frameworks are used as base for the server-side development, while JavaScript is a main language for client-side paired with React for building user interface. Index terms: geographic information system, client-server architecture, web-application.

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