Google Maps Overlays (WMS, Arc GIS Server Tiled Services)


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7 Responses

  1. Sadr says:

    I am interested to import my own georeferenced map into mapit. Is there an extension that allows me to do so?

    • osedok says:

      Hi, if you publish your map as WMS or ArcGIS Server tiled map service (Google Maps set of scales) and WGS84 projection you can use it as overlay using the extension from this article. Optionally you can convert it to mbtiles and access it offline in MapIt using Offline Maps extension.

    • osedok says:

      You can access your own maps if you publish them as WMS or ArcGIS Tiled Service. If it is required for offline work you need to get your data converted to mbtiles.

  2. JD says:

    To understand well to this application I would like to ask you directly. If I need WMS service I have to buy Google Maps Overlays extension. Is it correct? And if I would like to import/export *.shp files I need what extension? Please, could you provide me the prices? Thanks for your answer!

    • osedok says:

      Hi JD, yes you need to get “Google Maps Overlays” extension to be able to use WMS services and “Export Data” extension to export the data. Alternatively you can buy MapIt Pro and get all the extensions enabled. The price will be displayed when you click buy – you do not need to continue the purchase flow.

  3. W.P says:

    Am I able to set an http referer option before putting in a map service? Will it import WMTS format?

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