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Sorry for the late reply but there is also the leaflet-vector-layers plugin which has support for postGIS services http://jasonsanford.github.io/leaflet-vector-layers/demos/postgis-restful-web-service-framework/ By the looks of it you can filter the service. I've used this plugin for ArcGIS services and it's been really good. Hope that helps, Rowan


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The quickest way to do this is https://mangomap.com, you should be able to get the whole thing set up in about 10 minutes without writing a single line of code. I'm the CEO, just give me a ping on chris@mangomap.com if you have any questions.


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Ok, my assumptions in 2 were incorrect. You can use mapbox.js. The end result will be a bit different, I believe - the markers themselves will be a static raster layer, but they'll be clickable. The spec that makes large scale interactivity work is https://github.com/mapbox/utfgrid-spec It's implemented clientside in ...


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Google allows you style the map tiles themselves. You won't need the CartoDB API for this. It's not a true "opacity" of the map layer, but you can use the map style to change the lightness of the map tiles to achieve what I believe is the effect you want. Check out https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/javascript/styling for examples. However ...


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The WMS standard allows the client to request an arbitrary region. If the client wants tiles, it can makes its requests in a tiled pattern, but the server has no way to know that's what's happening and if the server stores the map as tiles of its own, it has no way to let the client know what the tile arrangement is. OSGeo came up with two ways to deal ...


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If you do not have access to a server or do not have the skills to figure that out, you can also convert to KML, upload to a site like Dropbox and using the "Add layer from web" tool, copy in the direct link. This is not as efficient as publishing a service (which I recommend) but definitely a way around if you do not have online credits, etc.


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the JS API doesn't expose the ability to set a rotation property on the exported map directly, but its not too difficult to intercept the request and add the property manually. esriRequest.setRequestPreCallback(myCallbackFunction); function myCallbackFunction(ioArgs) { //make sure we're only manipulating print requests if ...


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Well, I'm going to "answer" my own question -- while the below isn't an ideal solution, it is pretty darn close and meets all 3 of the requirements I outlined in the question. Note that the limitations were: No immediately available access to our own map server (as it turned out), I don't have the know-how to write my own user registration system in only a ...


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Why are you trying to create a relationship when you've mentioned it already exists? If you want to get related objects there are specific methods for it, like IRelationshipClass.GetObjectsRelatedToObject & IRelationshipClass.GetObjectsRelatedToObjectSet Can you put some more details of your problem?


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unofficial there is a web map that is using the CanVec tiles to create a seamless map of Canada copy and paste the link below. ...


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ArcGIS Online for Organization allows to Track edits and restrict edits to feature owners which state: You can have ArcGIS Online keep track of who created the features in the published feature layer and restrict access accordingly. To track the edits, follow the steps to edit web layer details and check Keep track of who created and last updated ...


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As I understand it, Esri's IdentityManager is designed for managing ArcGIS.com users: This class provides the framework to implement a solution for managing user credentials for (1) ArcGIS Server resources secured using token-based authentication and (2) Secured ArcGIS.com resources (i.e. web maps). Your users would need to register for an Esri global ...


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If you are looking for a data visualization library, check out Highmaps, from the people behind Highcharts (myself included - currently employed as a software developer). It's free for non-commercial use, works great with mobile browsers (full touch support) and old IE down to IE6. Supports advanced dynamic features like drilldown and rich tooltips.


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The difference is the true increase of school entries in the database. It has increased from 592443 to 592672. That's 0,04% increase, and can be considered as normal. Keep an eye on the time stamp in the upper right corner: at present time, you still see the count from last night. It might be that someone has retagged some building = school to amenity = ...



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