September, 17th 2018
Although the previous version was released only two months ago, the all new GeoRocket 1.3.0 comes with a large number of new features, fixes, and updates. We particularly focused on performance and scalability to make this the fastest version available. We also worked on usability a lot and performed extensive tests on Amazon Web Services AWS with huge datasets to further improve GeoRocket’s stability and use for real-world applications.
July, 13th 2018
Today, on this lucky Friday, the 13th, I’m very happy to announce the next stable open-source version of GeoRocket 1.2.0. We worked hard to make this the best release available yet with a large number of new features, fixes, and updates (see below).
May, 19th 2018
It’s been a while since I posted updates on bson4jackson here on this blog, so now that version 2.9.2 has just been released, I figured it would be a good idea to fill you all in on what has happened in the library’s development lately. bson4jackson is an extension to the Jackson JSON processor adding support for BSON, a binary representation of JSON.
March, 4th 2018
The new version 3.4.0 of gradle-download-task, a Gradle plugin providing a
Download task that display progress information, has just been released. It contains many new features and updating is recommended for all users.
September, 14th 2017
The new version of the Gradle plugin gradle-download-task 3.3.0 has just been released. The plugin provides a
Download task that displays progress information while downloading files, just like Gradle does when it fetches an artifact from a repository.
September, 12th 2017
I’m happy to announce that we just released the new version 1.1.0 of GeoRocket OSS. GeoRocket is a high-performance data store for geospatial files that we develop at the Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research IGD in Darmstadt, Germany. It can store GeoJSON files, 3D city models (e.g. CityGML), GML files or any other XML-based geospatial data sets. GeoRocket provides the following features: