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OpenLayers r3.0.0-alpha.4

July 29th, 2013 · 7 Comments

OpenLayers r3.0.0-alpha.4 is released. For maps that have a defined extent that viewers should be able to return to, OpenLayers 3 now has a ZoomToExtent control. As an internal preparation for SelectFeature control and vector editing, the canvas vector renderer can now deal with addition and removal of features. Another vector related improvement that results […]

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OpenLayers 3.0.0-alpha.3

July 12th, 2013 · 2 Comments

OpenLayers 3.0.0-alpha.3 is released. Although OpenLayers 3 supports zooming the map at arbitrary resolutions, it is very often convenient to manipulate zoom levels instead of resolutions. For that reason we’ve added two new functions to ol.View2D: setZoom and getZoom. Along the way we’ve added content to the ol.View2D API doc. In preparation for efficient Canvas […]

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OpenLayers 3.0.0-alpha.2

June 28th, 2013 · 1 Comment

We’ve just tagged 3.0.0-alpha.2. Some of the highlights of this 2nd alpha release include: Parsers: Add a WKT parser. The parser supports both write and read. Add write support to the GeoJSON parser. Add OGC Filter parser. Vector: Improve the performance of the vector canvas renderer. Improve canvas rendering of vector data (by not using […]

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OL3 Vienna Code Sprint Report

September 28th, 2012 · 4 Comments

With the OL3 Vienna Code Sprint coming to its end now is probably a good time for a recap on what we’ve achieved. We have done a lot of work on consolidating the architecture and project infrastructure, and have also added new functionality along the way. The above image is screenshot of one of our […]

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OL3 Sprint #2

September 24th, 2012 · 1 Comment

This week, four developers (Eric Lemoine and Tom Payne for Camptocamp, Tim Schaub and Andreas Hocevar for OpenGeo) are getting together in Vienna to focus on OpenLayers 3 again, in a code sprint together with developers from GeoServer. During a 1-week sprint with seven developers in June and in follow-up discussions, an agreement has been […]

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OL3 Sprint

June 21st, 2012 · 4 Comments

We are a group of seven people working on a new major version of OpenLayers this week: ┬áMarc Jansen (Terrestris), Mike Adair (DM Solutions), Petr Pridal (KlokanTech / MZK), Tim Schaub (OpenGeo), Andreas Hocevar (OpenGeo), Tom Payne (Camptocamp), and myself (Eric Lemoine, Camptocamp). Our goal for this sprint is to lay the foundations of what […]

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Promotion

May 18th, 2011 · 1 Comment

We’re excited about Erik Hazzard’s new book on OpenLayers. We also wanted to promote Till Adams and Marc Jansen’s German OpenLayers book. Both are now featured on the OpenLayers homepage: http://openlayers.org/ In addition, I’ve added a small donation button at the bottom of the page. Financial contributions to OpenLayers support both the OSGeo foundation and […]

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More work on mobile and 2.11

April 2nd, 2011 · 32 Comments

Three of us, here at Camptocamp, sprinted three days on OpenLayers. Our goal was two-fold: close tickets for the upcoming 2.11 release, and improve our mobile story, following up on the work done during the mobile sprint (see the previous posts on this blog). Day #1 We started out by reviewing patches, and closing tickets, […]

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OpenLayers Holiday Present: Case Studies

December 24th, 2008 · 2 Comments

Here’s an OpenLayers Holiday Present, for those of you working on getting OpenLayers in more places in your organization: OpenLayers Case Studies: Examples showing the usage of OpenLayers inside of organizations, and how the use of OpenLayers has helped that organization. Currently, the number of case studies is small, but we’re working on growing these […]

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GeoConnexion Magazine Article

November 17th, 2008 · No Comments

In the November issue of the GeoConnexion magazine, (“Geo: International”), an article I wrote was published in OSGeo’s Monthly Column, “Open Sources”. The article talks a bit about the history of OpenLayers, and how it came to be developed the way it did: OpenLayers was the first mapping framework to make an explicit statement that […]

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