[geojquery] Naming for the approaches
eric.lemoine at camptocamp.com
Mon Mar 15 14:24:25 EDT 2010
On Monday, March 15, 2010, adams <adams at terrestris.de> wrote:
> I think this is a good approach - this let's room for extensions like the onme Jan sent around last week. I just talked to Marc, he is working on a very small prototype setting up a map-object via Jquery.
> In general I do not see GeoJQuery not as counterpart to Mapfish, it's more directed to GeoExt, as MapFish will not deliver it's own client modules any more. In a far future we may think about using MapFish server as a backend....
Just for clarification, as Till says we're gradually moving JS code
out of MapFish Client to OpenLayers and GeoExt. MapFish, as a
web-mapping development framework, still relates to client-side
development though. Indeed, projects created with MapFish include Ext,
OpenLayers and GeoExt. People using MapFish could use geojquery if
they want to, this will make even more sense when Protocol.MapFish
will be in OpenLayers (this is in the plan).
Sorry for being off-topic here.
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