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In my OpenLayers web app I have registered an onmousemove event which performs certain functions. What I am really after though is a way to register and handle the user panning or zooming the map.

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In OpenLayers 2 you can do with the same method:

map.events.register(type, obj, listener);

movestart triggered after the start of a drag, pan, or zoom

move triggered after each drag, pan, or zoom

moveend triggered after a drag, pan, or zoom completes

zoomend triggered after a zoom completes

example code:

 map.events.register("move", map, function() {
            console.log("panning");
        });

i hope it helps you...

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  • Very odd that Map has a movestart event, but Layer doesn't...
    – ach
    Sep 19 '13 at 20:18
  • hi there, seems like this answer is out of date: the current map object has a more standard way to add listeners with map.addEventListener(evt, handler)
    – pietro909
    Oct 14 '15 at 8:26
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In OpenLayers 3 you have moveend, an ol.MapEvent triggered by the map itselft. Use it this way:

map.on("moveend", function(e){
    // event actions
});

This event is triggered in many ways, after click or dblclick ol.MapBrowserEvent events.

Hope it helps.

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If the automatic Geolocation is enabled, the event is called either the map moved automatically or the user moved it. So, this is a problem.

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