I released version 1.4 of my QGIS plugin ZoomToBelgium. In this latest version you now can also zoom to the administrative limits of the country, the regions and communities of Belgium.
I created a new style to use on a point layer in QGIS. This style is holiday themed, but it’s actually all about adding randomized styling to your layer. The stars are located on the points of your layer, but they change color anytime you interact with the map (zoom, move, select,…). At the same time christmas trees are added to the map at random locations inside the bounding box of your points layer. Everytime you interact with the map the trees change location. For each point in your layer, 3 trees are shown on the map.
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I have added two more styles to my QGIS Geometry Generator examples repository. The “Dynamic distance lines” style adds distance lines between all objects in your layer and a point you select in on your map. The “Points as tables” style shows a table based on the data in a points layer.
All my examples can be found on: https://gitlab.com/GIS-projects/qgis-geometry-generator-examples
I released a minor update to phpQGISrepository, my PHP script to create a QGIS plugin repository on your own server. In version 1.4.1 of the script the example plugin was updated and the links to the new code repository on GitLab were added. You can find all the info about this script on and download the latest version from GitLab: https://gitlab.com/GIS-projects/phpQGISrepository/.
I added 3 more styles to my QGIS Geometry Generator examples repository on GitLab.
I released version 1.3 of my QGIS plugin ZoomToBelgium. This latest version now contains the new municipalities that will be created on 1-1-2019 because of multiple fusions of existing municipalities. The old municipalities aren’t removed yet in this version.