|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|It is a OpenLayers 3 book for beginners|
|Thebookofopenlayers3||72||8 years ago||4||cc-by-4.0||HTML|
|Code samples for The Book of OpenLayers3|
|Source Code Examples for the OpenLayers Cookbook|
|All source code examples for my OpenLayers Beginner's Book|
|Code base for the book Mastering OpenLayers 3|
|Bookmap||2||8 years ago||Shell|
|Generate an OpenLayers-based zoomable image of all the pages of an Internet Archive book, laid out as a grid.|
This repository contains the project I used to create the code samples for The Book of OpenLayers3.
You see code running at github pages: http://acanimal.github.io/thebookofopenlayers3
The project is based on Yeoman webapp generator with some custom modifications. To keep the code simple I have not made use of any framework (like AngularJs, Backbone or similar) neither used any template engine.
The main modification respect the Yeoman webapp generator is the addition of the
grunt-includes plugin, which allows files inclusion and this way avoid repeating some pieces of code, like the header, the footer, etc on each example.
index.html and all the
chapter*.html files must be edited withint the
app_tpl folder (that acts as the original templates). The
grunt includes tasks is responsible to compile the template files and generate the right html files in the
app folder. Any other content, like images or data, must be edited directly in the
Gruntgile.json has modified so when you are developing (using the
grunt serve task) or you create a distribution (with
grunt build) the templates are automatically compiled and updated.
Code samples for The Book of OpenLayers3 by Antonio Santiago is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.