A web mapping service (WMS) is a protocol for serving map layers over the internet. This article will show you how to connect to them in QGIS.
QGIS2Web is a plugin for QGIS that takes your desktop GIS and makes it available and interactive to other people through your own server.
QGIS geocoding converts an address into geographic coordinates. Learn how to use the bulk geocoding tool in the MMQGIS plugin for QGIS Desktop.
QuickMapServices is usually the first plugin that everyone installs after and is now the main provider of base maps in QGIS Desktop.
This tutorial will walk you through how to QGIS OpenStreetMap plugins for QGIS including how to use OSM base maps and extract its features.
QGIS Cloud enables you to publish professional maps and data on the internet through QGIS Desktop without the need of owning your own server.
MMQGIS is a QGIS plugin that contains a collection of GIS tools to simplify data manipulation such as geocoding, importing, and exporting.
Like a modern-day mechanical mapping machine, you can automate your map output. We explain how to create mapbooks with this QGIS Atlas tutorial.
If you’ve ever used QGIS before, you’ll know that QGIS plugins are a centerpiece to its success to help visualization, analysis, and editing.
PyQGIS refers to the Python environment within QGIS. It allows users to automate workflow and extend QGIS with the use of Python libraries.