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Check out this link. https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Android Heaps of options, and it does mention open source options. All will use OpenStreetMaps as the map and routing. The Maps.Me solution looks pretty good - https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/MAPS.ME Navit seems to be more focused on in-car navigation, which might be more suitable depending upon ...


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In the end, what I did was : Set up a WMS server (QGIS server). Use Leaflet on the client side for displaying the map (WMS overlay layer and the background layers - Google Maps, OpenStreetMap) in the browser. Use Django as a proxy for the WMS server : the queries from Leaflet are hence sent to the Django server who does the user authentication and rights ...


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Can a GIS 'store' non-spatial data. Well, yes, attribute data can be stored in a GIS, at the end of the day, its just a relational database..... Can a GIS store a model file? Again in theory, GIS is just a relational database, and if you want to use the GIS database to store content, in theory this would be possible. Thirdly " is there a way to ...


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