[Chameleon] question about future/possible functionality
Bart van den Eijnden
Thu, 19 Jun 2003 23:44:22 +0200
do you think VML is an option for this?
Are there any plans for after the 1.0 final release already?
And the interface you talk about is a few edit fields in which a user can
type a coordinate, and then press a button so the point will be added to
On Thu, 19 Jun 2003 17:28:15 -0400, <Tom.Kralidis@CCRS.NRCan.gc.ca> wrote:
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>> of a map image now actually involves the moving of the image.
>> Most of the elements in Chameleon provide viewing functionality. Is it
>> theoretically possible to also provide editing functionality without the
>> use of Java? I refer to functionality like:
>> -add a feature (e.g. a polygon) by drawing on the map
>> -retrieve a feature by GML and paint it on the map
>> -edit a feature just drawn or retrieved by GML by something like a
>> EditPolygonTool (so moving vertexes around, adding vertexes, that kind
>> of stuff).
> Chameleon 1.0 (final release) will have functionality to draw features,
> 'footprints' based on geographic coordinates. Building an interface to
> that would involve a custom widget of some sort, but yes, it can be done.
> I can't speak to the moving vertices type functionality. That would take
> some major additional DHTML.
>> Thanks in advance for the answer,
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