Blue Marble Geographics and MangoMap recently released a pre-recorded webcast video about the Global Mapper MangoMap Extension for online mapping.
The 30-minute long presentation, which can be viewed on Blue Marble’s YouTube channel, gives an overview of the process of publishing maps directly from Global Mapper to MangoMap — an online mapping service for sharing geospatial data.
The partnership between Blue Marble and Mango began during the development of Global Mapper v21 in 2019, with the purpose of providing Global Mapper users the ability to upload map data directly from the software to an online Mango-hosted map site. The integration of Global Mapper v21’s desktop GIS data processing and analysis functionality with Mango’s efficient and intuitive web deployment capability provides a seamless one-stop GIS data management, visualization, and sharing tool.
“This webcast presentation showcases the easy and affordable way our users can publish and share maps online with MangoMap,” stated Blue Marble’s President Patrick Cunningham. “Sharing maps online is essential for many of our customers, and MangoMap perfectly fulfills that need.”
Since 2013, Mango has been developing online tools that allow professionals to find the stories, patterns, and trends in their geospatial data that provide meaningful value to their organizations. MangoMap’s cutting-edge web map platform has attracted mapping professionals from all over the world because of the inherent simplicity of the map creation process. Without the need for web development expertise, virtually anyone can create a map and immediately make it accessible to the public.