Read and write raster and vector geospatial datasets straight from Node.js with this native GDAL binding. GDAL 2.4.4 (GEOS 3.4.2, PROJ 4.8.0) comes bundled, so node-gdal will work straight out of the box. To get started, browse the API Documentation or examples.
$ npm install gdal --save
To link against shared libgdal, install using:
# requires libgdal-dev (debian: sudo apt-get install libgdal-dev)$ npm install gdal --build-from-source --shared_gdal
var gdal = ;var dataset = gdal;console;console;console;console;console;
var gdal = ;var dataset = gdal;var layer = datasetlayers;console;console;console;console;
- This binding is not async, so it will block node's event loop. Be very careful (or avoid) using it in server code. We recommended using tools like worker-farm to push expensive operations to a seperate process.
Before submitting pull requests, please update the tests and make sure they all pass.
$ make test # test against bundled gdal$ make test-shared # test against shared gdal
For an alternate fork that's more bleeding-edge at the moment, check out gdal-next and evaluate which project works best for your needs. The module-alias package can be useful if gdal is deep in your dependency tree and you don't want to update references everywhere.
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