In this Google Summer of Code 2020 project, we propose to build a new Web Processing Service (WPS) client named wps-js-ng written in the Angular 9 framework with module classes written in typescript. It will be an extension to the 52°North’s wps-js project, which provides encoding and parsing of the basic WPS Requests/Response (such as GetCapabilities, DescribeProcess, Execute, GetStatus and GetResult). This new client will conform to the latest OGC WPS 2.0 standards and is mainly targeted for clients using Angular programming language, who can simply import the library and have all the model classes and modules generated by running simple angular commands.
The end of the 2019 GSoC program came to an end quite fast, but on the other hand, it just kicked off the development of the .NET WPS API and ArcGIS Pro Add-In. I’ll introduce you to what has been done so far, what we might expect from future contributors and my personal thoughts on this.
In this mid-term post I will talk about the achievements I’ve reached so far. I will also address what is to come and the minor challenges I face during development.more >
In this 2019 GSoC project we will implement a Web Processing Service (WPS) client for ArcGIS Pro. It will consist of two components: (1) a Microsoft .NET based library, (2) an ArcGIS Pro Add-In. The client will help ArcGIS Pro users to easily communicate with service instances through a user interface in the ArcGIS Pro look-and-feel.