Simple GIS Software
August 1, 2017
Simple GIS Client - Version 9.4 has been released. This release improves rendering performance for imagery data and improved feature editing performance. It also fixes a bug with the free hand editing tool with graphic layers. In addition, version 9.4 improves the user experience for adding feature labels to the users map by automating some of the task required when setting up a layer's label definition.
July 18, 2017
Simple GIS Client - Version 9.2 has been released. This release improves support for high resolution displays with sharper map rendering as well as sharper form and dialog box rendering. In addition, a new Map Data View document export feature was added allowing the user to export their map as a georeferenced jpeg or bitmap image file that can be easily shared with other users.
June 18, 2017
Simple GIS Client - Version 9.1 has been released. In addition to several bug fixes , this release corrects for recent changes in the US Census API service by the US Census Bureau to make sure the US Census Data On Demand wizard continues to function. The Bureau is continuing to make changes to some of their API endpoints and Simple GIS will continue to correct the US Census Data Wizard in future releases as these changes become available. In addition, memory management for the Open Street Map Data Wizard has been improved in version 9.1. For some of the larger datasets associated with larger states, users with limited memory on their computers might have experienced difficulty downloading and processing these datasets. Version 9.1 corrects this by limiting the amount of memory consumed in processing these larger datasets.
June 17, 2017
Simple GIS Server - Version 3.2 has now been released. This release offers significant improvements to the ease of publishing maps created in Simple GIS Client as as Web Mapping Service ( WMS ). This version allows you to publish WMS maps very quickly and easily that can then be consumed by GIS clients that support the OGC WMS protocol. This includes common "slippy map" java script mapping libraries that support the WMS protocol.
May 3, 2017
Simple GIS Client - Version 9.0 has now been released. With this release comes many new features including data wizards to download and process data from the US Census Bureau and OpenStreetMap. Create fully geocoded and routable detailed street maps by state. Also download Census data from the 5 year community survey conducted by the US Census Bureau down to the census block level. Also includes improved support for WMS and WMTS map services. Connect to popular services for background imagery and topology. Includes a re-designed user interface for an overall improved user experience plus a fully integrated debugger makes customization easier than ever.
October 1, 2016
Build 8.2 of Simple GIS Client has been released. This build incorporates and extends the features of the previous Simple GPS plugin as core functionality of Simple GIS Client making this functionality available to purchasers of the Simple GIS Client application for free! With this new release, Simple GIS Client users can create their own Geocode and routing database for offline geocoding and routing functionality.
2016 SimpleUSA Project & Dataset - In conjunction with the new release of version 8.2 of Simple GIS Client, we have released our 2016 SimpleUSA Project and Dataset. This is a free download that provides a comprehensive GIS dataset of US streets, boundaries, cities, and points of interest. The SimpleUSA project is a free project to use with the Simple GIS Client application. In addition, this dataset contains a national Geocode database based upon Tiger 2015 data from the US Census Bureau. It also includes a national street routing database. Our plan is update this dataset annually.
March 23, 2016
Build 8.1 of Simple GIS Client has been released. This is a minor version upgrade that provides improved rendering and projection performance and enhanced buffering analytics. To view an example of the new enhanced buffering analytics available, view the video tutorial "Using Buffers in Simple GIS Client Application".