[ka-Map-users] Perl back end and other features
woodbri at swoodbridge.com
Mon May 30 22:50:07 EDT 2005
Also, I think if we use Paul's trick of returning the polyline as an
efficient than passing a GML document that needs to be parsed as an XML
Then all you need is a loop through the array to scale and draw the
polyline which should be very fast and efficient.
Thanks for the links I will also take a look at them.
Steve Lime wrote:
> Yes, wise use is recommended. Drawing a route may work nicely...
>>>>"Adair, Mike" <Mike.Adair at CCRS.NRCan.gc.ca> 05/30/05 4:11 PM >>>
> Yes, we are using the WZ library in Mapbuilder as well. It works well for
> small and simple features, but it can also bring the browser to it's knees
> if you try to draw a 2Mb GML document...
> Mike Adair
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>>Subject: Re: [ka-Map-users] Perl back end and other features
>>Works ok for relatively simple features. I'm using it for the
>>box drawing and measure tool at
>>One other thing is that a guy by the name of Richard Bennett
>>for digitizing polygons, lines and so forth. His stuff is
>>more for input (via a mouse) at the moment but should be
>>usable for general drawing too. He's seen the link above and
>>thought he could do better. Samples I've seen look nice.
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