April 7, 2006 -- The new version of MapViewSVG 5.0 offers powerful tools for ArGIS professional user to produce web mapping solutions based on the W3C SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) standard.
MapViewSVG allows you to convert maps with all layout settings, defined in ArcMap, to the SVG format (Scalable Vector Format). You can publish your maps as vector data on Internet/Intranet or on CD-ROM. MapViewSVG supports vector and raster based data and also annotations coming from ArcView, ArcInfo or from CAD sources. The extension handles SDE data, Geodatabases, Shapefiles, ArcInfo coverages, Images, ImageCatalogs and several CAD formats. Attribute data are handled in XML format or as database tables and are dynamically linked to the geometry written in SVG. Several querying tools give you the possibility to select features or display attribute data by searching. MapViewSVG creates dynamic, interactive maps which are draggable. You can also turn on and off individual layers of the map. As an additional navigation you can use an overview map.
MapViewSVG 5.0 now offers address geocoding capabilities. The user can type in an address (plus house number), after a successful search the application will zoom to this location and visualize the house number with a circle.
A further new tool allows the visualization of different value fields within the use of one SVG geometry. This will enhance the loading speed and will "clean up" the legend.
MapViewSVG does not need any software on server side. Firefox 1.5 or Opera 9 can display SVG natively. If you use the Microsoft InternetExplorer you need the free Adobe SVGViewer.
Additional informations about MapViewSVG as well as an evaluation version are available under
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