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Tue Jun 23 11:44:57 EDT 2009
Christopher Schmidt a écrit :
> On Tue, Jun 23, 2009 at 10:13:40AM +0200, Esteban olm wrote:
>> Is in the openlayers developers' mind the idea of use javscript workers in
>> browsers that will support them to improve performance?
>> I think, for example, to have two "sub-layers" for each layer, so the
>> workers draws the new data on the hidden sublayer, then when finished, it
>> calls the main thread and it hides the actual sublayer and shows the hidden
>> one, or something like that.
>> For the user, there is no IU lost of performance, and he see the layer
>> re-drawn only when it has been finished.
>> Or something like that :)
> As far as I know, no browser (apart from Chrome?) natively supports
> small percentage of browsers in the core of OpenLayers worries me, but
> would be happy to suppot it as an addin, maintained by the community.
Firefox 3.5, which is in a public Realese Candidate Version, natively
in google gears like for Geolocation API.
intersection and other geo-treatment, but it's not possible to use DOM
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