This post shows how the Maine Office of Tourism uses Elebase to engage thousand of Maine residents to create and manage data, and then publish that data across six different Maine travel planning websites, without requiring users to create and manage data in six different places.
An update to Elebase geo capabilities now allows users to upload, create, and manage geospatial information using a third dimension: altitude.
Any project that involves a relatively large amount of information has typically put some thought into how that information is organized. For example, the different ways that information is categorized or how one type of information is related to another.
Using Elebase, organizing and relating data by location is pretty easy because of the platform's built-in tools.
Create streamlined and automated data processes using Elebase together with Parabola.
Elebase has recently implemented a second authentication method, making it easier to connect your Elebase data with third-party tools. That means you can put your data to work in many different ways, using many different tools, often without having to write code.
These travel guides, developed in association with National Geographic, and powered by Elebase, let you explore the places that locals most respect and recommend. Imagine traveling through the Sierra Nevada, the Four Corners, the Bahamas, or upstate New York fully informed with the best suggestions of locals who know the place best.
The Elebase API delivers your responses with an ultra-fast global Content Delivery Network. That means that when a user requests data or files for your application, the data or files are served automatically from a CDN node nearest to, and most efficient, for the user.
With Elebase, it is easy to request data based on geo parameters. This can be very useful for applications that need to deploy geo-fencing, or search for data based on geospatial attributes.
You can use Elebase as your entire back end or as a part of your technology stack. Here are five specific features that might make your life easier or that you may want to incorporate into your next project, along with videos that provide a quick view into each of them.
Making your data available through an API can make your data and functionality accessible and understood by many developers, as long as they are provided the keys to access the data. That means millions of developers worldwide are potentially available to build and enhance applications that use your data.
Methods and mediums for publishing and displaying your information will emerge that we have not even contemplated yet. Tightly coupling the structure of your data with how it’s presented in a single medium is almost always a regrettable decision.