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MangoMap has the behaviour you require by default. Just to an address search and an info window popups up with information for any features that contain the location of the geosearch. Disclaimer - I work for MangoMap


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I end up using vector-labels example instead, with a slight modification it finally worked. Using olivier approach I can't get the style the way I want it. var getText = function(feature) { var text = feature.get('BLOK'); return text; }; var createTextStyle = function(feature) { return new ol.style.Text({ textAlign: 'center', ...


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Your closure cannot work properly. when you defined your styles, feature variable is not defined. Regarding ol3 API doc styleFunction I suggest you to avoid closure and return an array of Style style: function(feature, resolution) { var styles = []; styles['style08'] = new ol.style.Style({ fill: new ol.style.Fill({color: '#ff0000'}), ...


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you can install cartoview www.cartologic.com/cartoview download the windows installer. then install the the map viewer, geodatatables, Cartoserver and Cartotiler apps for the app store http://www.cartologic.com/cartoview/apps/ Once you have all the apps ready check the documentation on cartotiler, you can create popups and thematic maps check the demo site. ...


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You can for example define the map as a variable and point to this variable when you create your MapPanel: var your_map=new OpenLayers.Map({allOverlays: false}); mapPanel = Ext.create('GeoExt.panel.Map', { title: 'test', border: true, region: "center", map: your_map, ...


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I asked this question nearly 3 years ago - Esri have recently released the ArcGIS Web AppBuilder. This contains an out-of-the-box Layer List widget, which is effectively a Table of Contents. It has some nice functionality built in, and the WAB framework handles the interaction with the current map layers. Widgets are editable, so you should be able to ...


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Shouldn't you be able to create an OpenLayers control and display it on your map? new OpenLayers.Control.ScaleLine({}) Documentation found here. Looks like GeoExt explains a little on OpenLayers controls here also.


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I've been working on this myself. Through trial and error I figured out the following: @51.508506, -0.125532 -> location 3a -> zoom? 90y -> Field of View 72h -> Heading (measured from North) 90t -> Pitch data -> unknown Therefore from this street view you will get this: ...


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I have been making my own map app using my own picture maps. Our university shifted to a new campus and I am mapping out 7 storeys (indoor), with 5 levels of zoom, from hand-drawn maps. Leaflet is able to work with custom map tiles! I have followed this guide (omarriott.com/aux/leaflet-js-non-geographical-imagery ), just that I did some trial and error ...


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Just start playing! Get yourself a virtual server (Windows or Linux, whatever you're comfortable with), and install the OpenGeoSuite. I run a small production server with around 2 GB of ram and two processors and it works fine. As John Barca says, you can scale up to very big, with load balancing and separate, redundant database servers. But to start ...


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Use: target="_top" : Opens the linked document in the full body of the window In your HTML create a syntax like this: <a href="http://[your link.com]" target="_top">link text</a>


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The only solutions currently available are hacky and may break in the future, if they decide to use something else than pos.y or refactor the code heavily. Here's another simple hacky solution which is easier to use and doesn't require updating the value every time zoom changes. It makes the zIndexOffset reflect the actual zIndex: ...


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If you have allready installed a working Qgis Server, then you should examine if Lizmap webclient could accomodate your needs (has a lizmap qgis plugin to specify webmap-properties of each layer). Pretty easy way to specify popups etc. Features: http://hub.qgis.org/wiki/lizmapwebclient/Features_en Pretty easy to install on existing osgeo4w apache. (windows ...


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Also view Cartoview http://www.cartologic.com/cartoview, it is not an alternative to a GIS server platform, for simple GIS Data sharing you can utilize the tiles and feature service apps, the feature service app is compatible with ArcGIS Server REST API which will make your maps available in ArcGIS online


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There are lots of tools for making web map applications but each is suited to a particular use case. The real question is what skills you have and what tools your users require. If you don't want to write/maintain any code and require a rich array of tools out of the box then you should checkout MangoMap. Here's an example of the type of maps that can be ...


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I recommend you reading Paralysis of Choice by Brian Timoney for a nice introduction to the cognitive problem a large ToC entails. He demonstrates with numbers that single topic maps are more frequently visited that all-purpose maps. Timoney has named this usability problem as Layerrhea. He concludes: Cures for Layerrhea: a) break out most important ...



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