The ODI (Open Data Installer) project’s goal to to create an easy installer for all non-technical people to be able to install Open Data applications on Windows Azure. It is also intended to facilitate the automatic configuration of their components so at the end of the...Read More
We are a group of software developers, web designers, and IT security specialists who are simply interested in building our open cities. We encourage you to join the movement and help make your open city.
Slowly but surely, our representatives in the local governments understand that there are many reasons to be open with their data:
Excellent example of adoption of the OGDI DataLab project was done by our friends at the Town of Banff, Alberta.Read More
For all our OpenData friends there is some good news. The OGDI project keeps expanding and the developers just published a new release of OGDI – version 6. It is still in GitHub and you can get it from the previous repository locationRead More
In this part, we will be uploading data in the catalogue we have created and configured in the previous parts of this walkthrough. The OGDI DataLab v.5 solution has two projects that can help us with that – console application and Windows application. We will focus on the more visual and easy to use one – DataLoaderGuiApp.Read More