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SuperGIS Desktop 10 always keep up with the trend!
Following the open-source code trend, Supergeo has recently shared its program files for SuperGIS Desktop 10 on GitHub, one of the most famous code repository.
The need for sharing the source code finally gives birth to one of the most popular code repository—GitHub, which provides hosting service for projects, documentation, and code using Git. It allows individuals and organizations to share their source code here. As GitHub is capable of hosting different editing versions, there is no need to worry about issues of overwriting. GitHub also plays an important role in theexchange of experience among technicians. Just like a social media, people on GitHub can share their software projects, co-edit the source code, or even build up partnership!
Last month, Microsoft has acquired GitHub for $7.5 billion. Despite some developers cast doubt on this big move, it's undeniably a major trend that more and more people are using the open-source GIS projects and promoting the concept of sharing resources. GitHub, having millions of users and repositories, is a great platform to accomplish this goal! Therefore, Supergeo will keep sharing more open-source projects to help more people find the potential of GIS!
Try the open-source files published by Supergeo:
Download the trial version of SuperGIS Desktop 10!
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