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I am using GeoServer, OpenScales Flex 3 for my web-mapping application, is there any source for the Flex OpenScales API to display the maps.

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I am working on a project to display the weather data in online. I have loaded point and polygon shapefiles into PostGIS and created a PostGIS store in GeoServer. Using Adobe Flex 3 and OpenScales i have designed and displayed the both shapefile as WMS and WFS. Now i want to display animated GIF in the map. any idea....

thanks in advance..

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There is Openscales core API documentation - quite abstract for all of this documentation:

http://openscales.org/api/current/openscales-core/

Openscales Core flash-10.1 http://openscales.org/api/current/openscales-core-flash-10.1/

OpenScales Flex http://openscales.org/api/current/openscales-fx/

others

OpenScales Geometry http://openscales.org/api/current/openscales-geometry/

Projections http://openscales.org/api/current/openscales-proj4as/

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Sir/Madam, Actually i have used the Flex API for OpenScales, now I am struck up with displaying the Animated GIFs. Any idea to display it.. –  kishor Mar 20 '12 at 13:45
    
Can you add that to your original question please. –  Mapperz Mar 20 '12 at 14:39
    
Sir/Madam, I am working on a project to display the weather data in online. I have loaded point and polygon shapefiles into PostGIS and created a PostGIS store in GeoServer. Using Adobe Flex 3 and OpenScales i have designed and displayed the both shapefile as WMS and WFS. Now i want to display animated GIF in the map. any idea.... thanks in advance –  kishor Mar 21 '12 at 7:26
    
I am facing problem in styling the WFS layer in the OpenScales link, Can you help me from this, Thanks in advance... –  kishor Apr 11 '12 at 10:21
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@kishor, the problem you're having is due to the Flex framework not natively supporting animated GIF (it does support GIF, just not animated GIF). In other words, you won't be able to use animated GIF without going behind the back of the framework.

However, it seems there are options available to you. Check out the AS3GIF library composed by Thibault Imbert of ByteArray.org fame (most known for his contribution of AlivePDF, a library for rendering PDF files directly from ActionScript3).

There is a short tutorial at creative-geeks.com demonstrating how to implement AS3GIF in your Flex/AS3 application. I've had good experiences working with Thibault's libs, so I have every confidence this should get you through the hoop.

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thank u for your reply.. –  kishor Mar 27 '12 at 7:46
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