[OpenLayers-Dev] MozMapLayers : an OpenLayers XUL adaptation

rldhont rldhont at gmail.com
Mon Nov 12 03:22:17 EST 2007

The edited HTML page is a local file. You could specified a http proxy 
but JavaScript in a local html file cannot load remote file.

If you use the Application mode (XUL), you can load remote file without 
proxy, because you have "chrome" rights.

To use and specify proxy in a Web page, I have to implement, in 
LiziLayers, the capacity to modify a remote Web page.

Glen Stampoultzis a écrit :
> Is there any way to specify a http proxy?
> On 10/11/2007, rldhont <rldhont at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi OpenLayers dev!
>> I, from the french 3Liz team, released an add-on for Firefox,
>> Thunderbird and XulRunner based on OpenLayers : MozMapLayers. With
>> MozMaplayers, OpenLayers now works in XUL environment and provides new
>> features as OpenLayers.Layer.mozStorage. Such a layer is read from a
>> local SQLite database. The geometry must be stored as Well Known Text.
>> The 3liz team's objective is to provide a GIS toolkit for mozilla (XUL)
>> environment. Because OpenLayers is a good JavaScript lib, we decided to
>> adapt it. I made little changes like replace createElement by
>> createElementNS, and create an Overlay to include OpenLayers lib in XUL
>> windows. The current MozMapLayers version is 0.9 because we would like
>> to add mozilla specific feature.
>> You can try MozMapLayers via a little demo named LiziLayers, to create
>> and test OpenLayers scripts in HTML or XUL context.
>> I hope this will interest you.
>> Best regards,
>> René-Luc D'Hont
>> 3Liz
>> 3liz Web site : http://3liz.com/en
>> MozMapLayers Web site : http://3liz.org/mozmaplayers
>> LiziLayers Web site : http://3liz.org/lizilayers
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