[OSGeo-Discuss] Geomajas Geometry Project
Pieter De Graef
piedere at gmail.com
Wed Jul 13 05:59:34 EDT 2011
Thanks for the tip.
Basically I'm looking to make advantage of the GWT by having a single API
that I can use on both client and server.
We could indeed have 2 implementations (one using JTS one using JSTS), but
what I'm mainly looking for, is what model should the API ideally follow.
2011/7/13 Andreas Hocevar <ahocevar at opengeo.org>
> Hi Pieter,
> this may not directly answer your question, but you could use the
> existing JSTS library: https://github.com/bjornharrtell/jsts - this is
> basically a port of the Java Topology Suite. The advantage would be
> that you don't need a JS wrapper - you could use JTS on the server and
> JSTS on the client. And if things you need are missing in JSTS, you
> could contribute them.
> Just my 2¢ - sorry if they are inappropriate.
> On Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 10:36 AM, Pieter De Graef <piedere at gmail.com>
> > Hi everyone,
> > for the Geomajas project, we are looking into separating the Geometry
> > functionality into an independent project. In other words, I am talking
> > about a Geometry project for the Web. This code would be written in Java
> > GWT and thus be available on Java backends as well as client environments
> > Now the problem that I'm facing here, is which model to follow....
> > On one hand there is the Simple Feature Specification which is clearly an
> > Object Oriented model with the advantage that it is well known but is
> > On the other hand we could follow a service based model (more like SFS
> > wrapper for and easier to translate into web services.
> > As it's difficult for us to chose and as it's a pretty crucial decision
> > the future of the Geomajas project, I as wondering how you guys feel
> > this.
> > Kind regards,
> > Pieter De Graef
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