Nordic geoportal

OSKARI – A great contribution from Finland under EUPL

Published on: 04/11/2019
Last update: 14/11/2019

Available on GitHub and distributed under the EUPL and MIT licences, Oskari is an Open source distributed and extensible geoportal built with Java and Javascript. The goal is to help businesses and municipalities offer better online and mobile map services to their citizens and consumers. The website includes a look at the features it provides and the roadmap for things on their way. A sample application is provided as download and live demo (Read more)

One of the features of Oskari is the ability to embed a map to another website. RPC-functionality allows a developer to control the embedded map and react to events on the map from the embedding website. (Read more on RPC)

The user interface is a Javascript-based single-page app built by selecting a series of modules that provide features for an application. The modules provide a documented API for interaction and/or easy replacement for a new implementation of a feature. You can mix and match the modules or create new ones to customize the application for your needs.

Coordinator: National Land Survey of Finland - 2017 | Fork me on GitHub | Oskari on Twitter