Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Re: GWT OpenLayers new website and showcase

I just saw this ticket: 
Add transform(source, destination) to Geometry

That might be the sollution, what do you think?  I will try tonight.

Op dinsdag 30 oktober 2012 21:16:33 UTC+1 schreef Asimov het volgende:
I am trying to read in several kml features in a VectorLayer. The kml features are shown as a small dot at an totally wrong position on the map. In short I have done as follows:

(... create a map with some google maps v3 layers ...)

shapeLayer = new Vector("ShapeLayer");

String shapeData = "<string with valid kml>";
KML kml = new KML();
VectorFeature[] vfa =;
VectorFeature vf = vfa[0];

As said the feature is not shown correct, I can see something is added on the layer, but it is far to small and at the wrong position. I think I have to transform the kml feature to the maps projection but don't know how to do that with gwt-openlayers. I have seen the FormatOptions class but how do I use this class?


On Tuesday, October 30, 2012 7:45:27 PM UTC+1, Frank wrote:
You can check out our IRC channel 

Or just ask your questions in this thread.

Op dinsdag 30 oktober 2012 09:48:56 UTC+1 schreef Asimov het volgende:
Hi Frank,

I have been using the demo project and they have been a great help! Still I have some questions. Do you know what is the best place to ask for help on using gwt-openlayers?

Op donderdag 2 augustus 2012 20:41:26 UTC+2 schreef Frank het volgende:
Just a quick note that we put some work in the website, and especially in a new showcase for GWT-Openlayers (a GWT wrapper for the great OpenLayers library) :

Feel free to make use of this library in your projects :-)

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