[GeoNode-users] Possible to save a GeoRSS feed to a map?
nepanode at gmail.com
Tue May 12 11:55:40 PDT 2015
The later... To support saving/loading map resources agnostic of the
frontend/client web map and providing a straightforward way to hook them
together using a documented api
That's a lot easier to say then do obvoiusly... Right now geonode uses Gxp
to do this as a map config (
http://gxp.opengeo.org/master/doc/) and interfaces with it from maps app in
geonode. Here's the test -
You could extent the map model to serialize another field like that used
for saving the gxp wms and create or extend geoexplorers grid for their
display and saving to the new field mimicking how it is done for gxp wms?
But again the world is moving beyond Geoexplorer long term and in my
opinion of course...
Add Map field to models.py
Mimic/extent snapshot config
Figure out how to connect the frontend to the new view
All that said the further my advise wonders from Linux the less creatable
my advise becomes :)
On Monday, May 11, 2015, Charles Cossé <ccosse at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, May 8, 2015 at 11:08 AM, GC-54 <nepanode at gmail.com
>> As an aside the future of geonode (in my opinion) will come from
>> abstracting the map configuration to save/load into something more
>> interoperable with newer mapping clients OL3/Leaflet... There is a ticket
>> on the subject - https://github.com/GeoNode/geonode/issues/1331
> Are they suggesting to settle on one single map which is deemed to offer
> the best api? Or to implement an intermediate api in the form of a "common
> mapping toolkit"?
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