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Entries from April 2007

Mario Maps

April 25th, 2007 · 1 Comment

So, I was playing Super Mario Brothers — the original — last night, and I was on world 7-4. I’ve never been good at the damn maze at the end of that level… so I pulled out the OpenLayers Mario Map, created using TileCache and OpenLayers, and figured out where I needed to go. I […]

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Tags: Demos

MapServer + OpenLayers — in Spanish

April 22nd, 2007 · 2 Comments

Un Mapa de México con OpenLayers y MapServer | hablandodesigs: Pues he seguido jugando con OpenLayers y he creado un mapa digital de México donde se pueden ver las ortofotos del INEGI, división estatal y municipal. Todo esto en un lapso tal vez de 4 hora contando la instalación de mapserver. A nice post showing […]

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Tags: Demos · Uncategorized

Building a Single File Vector Build

April 22nd, 2007 · No Comments

OpenLayers supports something called Build Profiles. These allow you to build a single file OpenLayers.js which contains all the code you need and only the code you need. In order to target a minimal changeset for OpenLayers 2.4, we’ve added an additional profile, ‘full’, which contains the OpenLayers Vector changes. These changes increase the library […]

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Tags: Vector

OpenLayers 2.4 RC2

April 19th, 2007 · No Comments

The OpenLayers Development Team is proud to announce the second release candidate of OpenLayers 2.4. Click events for popups and controls cleaned up in IE. Improvements to Keyboards Improvements to Geometry/Renderer/Feature class to move Renderers to be behind the Layer API Fix broken Image layer after committing gutter changes Layer.Boxes cleanups. Protection against double Layer […]

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Tags: Release

OpenLayers 2.4-RC1

April 4th, 2007 · 10 Comments

The OpenLayers Development Team is proud to announce the first release candidate of OpenLayers 2.4. While the public API maintains backwards compatibility with previous 2.x releases, OpenLayers 2.4 introduces a number of internal changes that are important for developers working inside the OpenLayers library, including: Support for rendering vectors on the map, using both SVG […]

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