Vishful thinking…

A handy tool for OpenLayers enthusiasts – OpenLayers Architect

Posted in Uncategorized by viswaug on September 22, 2008

I stumbled upon this cool tool called “OpenLayers Architect” that lets you build your map page by letting you add and manage the layers that will be displayed in the map. A real handy tool for ‘visual’ people like me. Lets you manage the layer settings through a dialog like below and lets you do a whole bunch other stuff. I don’t think it is robust yet but I think it is a cool concept. A step closer towards ArcMAP for the web…

LayerSettings

Hopefully, ESRI can build such a tool for their JS APIs in the future…

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