WFS 3.0 — Get Excited? Yes!

A clean break

REST + JSON in a simple core

Implementability

The WFS 3.0 specification in an online OpenAPI 3.0 editor.

Embracing the Web

A Collaborative Standard

Always great to see an active issue tracker

Making WFS and OGC Better Together

Map in Carto, my favorite cloud feature service — which does not implement WFS, but does use GeoJSON + REST. My hope is that WFS 3.0 will be something the Carto team will want to implement. (interactive link)

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Product Architect @ Planet, Board Member @ Open Geospatial Consortium, Technical Fellow @ Radiant.Earth

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Product Architect @ Planet, Board Member @ Open Geospatial Consortium, Technical Fellow @ Radiant.Earth

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