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How to animated feature marker in openlayers like in google map example of bouncing marker. I'm new in openlayers so if you have a sample code much better.

  • I want to move a marker with animation from one location to another smoothly in openlayer. There is a sample: openlayers.org/en/latest/examples/feature-move-animation.html. But this has a polyline coordinates which consist of different characters. I want to move a marker with animation from one location (lat1,lon1) to new place (lat2,lon2) . I haven't find this for weeks. Pls help me. – Ali Oct 3 '16 at 14:08
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You might use SVG symbols, like in this example:

http://www.netzwolf.info/kartografie/openlayers/svg.htm

or a simple moving marker:

http://www.netzwolf.info/kartografie/openlayers/bastelstube/animierter_marker

The source files should be self-explaining.

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I don't know if it is the right answer but this trick solve mine. I create a GIF (bouncing marker) then change the icon of existing marker (JPG) to GIF icon then adjust the size and offset. This my sample code.

var size = new OpenLayers.Size(w,h);                   // new height 
var offset = new OpenLayers.Pixel(-(size.w/2), -size.h);  // new offset
marker.setUrl("new_GIF_image_path");            //set new GIF icon path 
marker.icon.setSize(size);                      // set new size
marker.icon.offset=offset;                     // set new offset
markers.redraw();                      // redraw layer markers

If you have an easy or other answer let me know.

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