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May 24th, 2016
Coming Up Next: SuperGIS Server 3.3

The new GIS server from Supergeo, SuperGIS Server 3.3, is a product designed to meet the modern technologies in client side applications. One of the major upgrades will focused on the Ultra application, which will support both PC web browsers and mobile web browsers. That’s because nowadays, the functionality of mobile devices is becoming more and more powerful, and people are using them anywhere anytime. It is important for a web application to have both desktop and mobile layouts.

The default web application built with SuperGIS Server 3.3 will allow users to view and interact with the map both on PC and mobile platforms including iOS and Android. And at the same time, the new web applications are more intuitive to interact, while users will also be able to edit, query, or view the map much easier.

SuperGIS Server 3.3 is scheduled to release around the end of this Q2. In addition to front-end application upgrades, the server side component will also be upgraded to .NET Framework 4.5. Before getting your hands on it, why not try out SuperGIS Server 3.2 for now? You can learn how to use JavaScript APIs to customize your app now because these codes will be compatible with SuperGIS Server 3.3!

 

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