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Quick Start Guide

Quick Start Guide
← Tutorials This step-by-step guide will quickly get you started on Leaflet basics, including setting up a Leaflet map, working with markers, polylines and popups, and dealing with events. Preparing your page Before writing any code for the map, you need to do the following preparation steps on your page: Now you’re ready to initialize the map and do some stuff with it. Setting up the map Let’s create a map of the center of London with pretty Mapbox Streets tiles. var mymap ='mapid').setView([51.505, -0.09], 13); By default (as we didn’t pass any options when creating the map instance), all mouse and touch interactions on the map are enabled, and it has zoom and attribution controls. Note that setView call also returns the map object — most Leaflet methods act like this when they don’t return an explicit value, which allows convenient jQuery-like method chaining. Next we’ll add a tile layer to add to our map, in this case it’s a Mapbox Streets tile layer. Markers, circles and polygons Related:  Leaflet: Mobile-friendly JSCartographier

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Transformer rapidement un geocode en coordonnées avr132014 Passer d'un geocode à un simple duo latitude/longitude peut s'avérer être assez long. Passage en revue d'une méthode (parmi d'autres) pour faire ça rapidement. Prenons comme départ une situation simple : on a passé pas mal de temps à bidouiller une base de données patrimoniale pour obtenir des adresses postales complètes. L'objectif ? , un processus qui transforme des informations postales en coordonnées géographiques latitude/longitude. Des outils comme Google Fusion Table peuvent alors très rapidement passer des adresses à des marqueurs placés précisément sur ces coordonnées, à peu près comme sur l'image suivante ; Cliquez pour agrandir l'image Le rendu est pas trop mal, mais si l'on décide de réutiliser les marqueurs pour les personnaliser un peu plus, sur CardoDB ou MapBox par exemple ? De prime abord, ça peut être un peu difficile, notamment parce qu'en téléchargeant les données de GFT, on n'aura pas les couples latitude/longitude... Petite parenthèse avant de reprendre :

Leaflet on Mobile An Open-Source JavaScript Library for Mobile-Friendly Interactive Maps ← Back to the list of tutorials In this example, you’ll learn how to create a fullscreen map tuned for mobile devices like iPhone, iPad or Android phones, and how to easily detect and use the current user location. View example in fullscreen → Preparing the page First we’ll take a look at the HTML & CSS code of the page. Also, we need to tell the mobile browser to disable unwanted scaling of the page and set it to its actual size by placing the following line in the head section or our HTML page: Initializing the map We’ll now initialize the map in the JavaScript code exactly like we did in the quick start guide, but won’t set the map view yet: Geolocation Leaflet has a very handy shortcut for zooming the map view to the detected location — locate method with the setView option, replacing the usual setView method in the code: Here we specify 16 as the maximum zoom when setting the map view automatically. Excellent!

Location and Maps Programming Guide: About Location Services and Maps Using location-based information in your app is a great way to keep the user connected to the surrounding world. Whether you use this information for practical purposes (such as navigation) or for entertainment, location-based information can enhance the overall user experience. Location-based information consists of two pieces: location services and maps. At a Glance By incorporating geographic data into your apps, you can orient users to the surrounding environment and keep them connected to people nearby. Because maps and location services are available in both iOS and OS X, location-based apps use very similar code on both platforms. Location Services Provide a Geographical Context for Apps Knowing the user’s geographic location can improve the quality of the information you offer, and might even be at the heart of your app. iBeacon Transmitters Enhance the User’s Experience of a Location Heading Information Indicates the User’s Current Orientation Local Search How to Use This Document

Firefox Developer Tools Examine, edit, and debug HTML, CSS, and JavaScript on the desktop and on mobile. If you are looking for information on using the web developer tools available in Firefox, you've come to the right place — this page provides links to detailed information on all of the core tools and additional tools, and further information such as how to connect to and debug Firefox for Android, how to extend the devtools, and how to debug the browser as a whole. Please explore the links found in the sidebar, and further down the page. If you have any feedback or questions about the devtools, send us messages on our mailing list or IRC channel (see the community links near the bottom of the page). The Core Tools You can open the Firefox Developer Tools with Ctrl + Shift + I or F12 on Windows and Linux, or Cmd + Opt + I on OS X. The elipsis menu on the right-hand side of Developer Tools, contains several commands that let you perform actions or change tool settings. Page Inspector Web Console Network Monitor

javascript - Creating a Bing and Google Tile Layer for Leaflet Google Maps Google Maps forbids such uses. The only allowed access to their content is through their Maps API (see section 10.1 of the ToS). Bing Maps Web Services Bing Maps is the only commercial provider I know that allows such uses, through their Web Services feature. You will need an API key, though. Bing will be a bit annoying to get, since they use quadkeys (an unique index for each tile) instead of {x,y} coordinates (good comparison there). Since you're of course not the first one to have this request ;) , some others have already coded such implementations.

Fonds de cartes gratuits Trois formats vectoriels pour une impression plus précise des tracés et un redimensionnement sans altération de la qualité de l'image : PDF, ODG et EMF. D'autres sites avec des fonds de cartes :- (Sciences Politiques Paris) - (Education Place) - (World Atlas) - (Georesources) - (abc teach) - (Pupil Vision) - Tutorials Every tutorial here comes with step-by-step code explanation and is easy enough even for beginner JavaScript developers. Leaflet Quick Start Guide A simple step-by-step guide that will quickly get you started with Leaflet basics, including setting up a Leaflet map (with Mapbox tiles) on your page, working with markers, polylines and popups, and dealing with events. Leaflet on Mobile In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a fullscreen map tuned for mobile devices like iPhone, iPad or Android phones, and how to easily detect and use the current user location. Markers with Custom Icons In this pretty tutorial, you’ll learn how to easily define your own icons for use by the markers you put on the map. Using GeoJSON with Leaflet In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create and interact with map vectors created from GeoJSON objects. Interactive Choropleth Map A case study of creating a colorful interactive choropleth map of US States Population Density with GeoJSON and some custom controls.

Pessimistress/Isochronic-Map Cómo empezar con Webpack Webpack es un sistema de bundling para preparar el desarrollo de una aplicación web para producción. En cierta medida se puede considerar un Browserify avanzado ya que tiene muchas opciones de configuración. También se puede considerar una evolución de Grunt y Gulp, ya que permite de alguna manera automatizar los procesos principales que son transpilar y preprocesar código de .scss a .css, de ES7 a ES5/6, etc... Para poder utilizar Webpack en tu proyecto web debes tener instalado Node.js en tu equipo y con el comando npm install -g webpack tendrás Webpack instalado de forma global en tu equipo (También puedes instalarlo a nivel de proyecto y correrlo con NPM scripts). El comando más sencillo para realizar un bundle de tus archivos JavaScript es el siguiente: $ webpack . Este comando lo que hace es leer tu fichero index.js que sería el principal de tu aplicación e importar todos los módulos que estén definidos y crear el fichero de "producción" app.js en la carpeta build. <! Hola!

Combining Google Maps Geocoder and Leaflet Map Receiving Error: Invalid LatLng object

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