[mapguide-users] Tracking location in MapGuide OS on a Notebook
with GPS receiver
zac.spitzer at gmail.com
Thu Jan 14 03:55:32 EST 2010
then just a simple script in your preferred language which
runs on your webserver which you can poll using setTimeOut
which talks to your GPS and returns the current position
will work nicely.... you'd wanna watch the size of your web
server logs tho..
2010/1/14 Kenneth Skovhede, GEOGRAF A/S <ks at geograf.dk>:
> There is an example of the geolocation API for firefox here:
> Unfortunately (for Thomas) this does not read GPS data yet:
> There are a few common ways to get location information.
> The most common are local WiFi networks, IP address information, and
> attached GPS devices.
> In Firefox 3.5 we use local WiFi networks and IP address information to try
> and guess your location.
> Regards, Kenneth Skovhede, GEOGRAF A/S
> On 14-01-2010 09:32, Zac Spitzer wrote:
>> should be pretty easy with a modern real browser, firefox has native
>> 2010/1/14 Thomas Grosser<grosser at kom21.de>:
>>> Happy New Year to everybody of this mailing list ! We want to show the
>>> actual (live) position in MapGuide OS while using a Laptop with an
>>> integrated GPS Receiver. Has anyone ideas how this can be realized ?
>>> a lot !
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>>> mapguide-users at lists.osgeo.org
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