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jQuery Geo docs

jQuery Geo docs
Welcome! jQuery Geo is an open-source, geospatial mapping jQuery plugin from Applied Geographics developed with the intention of making spatial web mapping significantly simpler than it may initially seem. We would like to point out the term "open-source" to explictly state that Google, Bing, & Esri are generally free but not open. Please read the following sections for more information and examples, and thank you for considering us! If you have any questions feel free to ask the lead developer on Twitter. If you would like only release notifications, you can follow the project itself on Twitter. docs This project takes pride in having easy-to-use, up-to-date documentation. examples Now that that's out of the way, here are some code examples! "everything" examples These first two examples attempt to let you test as many of jQuery Geo's features as possible on one page. demos The examples in this second set of use the features of jQuery Geo in a more interesting way. showcase component examples

bjornharrtell/jsts - GitHub MapTiler - Map Tile Cutter. Overlay Generator for Google Maps, Google Earth (KML SuperOverlay). Interactive maps with OpenLayers examples Embed a map in your website - Using wizard Use the OpenLayers Wizard to generate your own customized snippet. Copy/paste the generated snippet to your page source (it should look like sample below). <html><head> […] <!-- Road-Maps API //--><script src='//'></script><! Embed a map in your website - Manually Required files Include the OpenLayers API in the <HEAD> section of your document: <head> […] <! Required elements Define the container into which the map will appear in the <BODY> section of your document: <! Layers / Placemarks / Data Include placemarks and data using kml files through a JSON object ollayers requiring 3 parameters: identifier / name: key identifying the layer in the JSON object label: Label of the kml file. Important: If you use kml file, make sure it respects the correct structure OPTIONAL: You could define several layers. List of styles for placemarks: Parameters

OGR: OGR Simple Feature Library The OGR Simple Features Library is a C++ open source library (and commandline tools) providing read (and sometimes write) access to a variety of vector file formats including ESRI Shapefiles, S-57, SDTS, PostGIS, Oracle Spatial, and Mapinfo mid/mif and TAB formats. OGR is a part of the GDAL library. Resources Download Ready to Use Executables The best way to get OGR utilities in ready-to-use form is to download the latest FWTools kit for your platform. Source The source code for this effort is intended to be available as OpenSource using an X Consortium style license. Bug Reporting GDAL/OGR bugs can be reported, and can be listed using Trac. Mailing Lists A gdal-announce mailing list subscription is a low volume way of keeping track of major developments with the GDAL/OGR project. The mailing list can be used for discussion of development and user issues related to OGR and related technologies. Alternative Bindings for the OGR API