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  • Agent47 - Profile - MapDotNet
    2 Tags 0 Badges 0 Blog Entries Agent47 Registered On 12 11 2014 Last Seen On 20 11 2014 Recent Posts How can I restrict the map panning to map extent Unread posted in HTML5 Map Control more than a month ago 6 1623 0 0 with attachments Last replied by Brian Hearn Page 1 Badges You have not earned any badges yet Geospatial Framework MapDotNet is the leading 100

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/discussions/profile/agentfortyseven (2016-04-26)
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  • How can I restrict the map panning to map extent? - MapDotNet
    such limit Use of a basemap such as Bing or OpenStreetMaps will keep the area from being completely empty Unless what you are really concerned about is the transient white space at the edges while they are actually dragging In Silverlight WPF you can mitigate that with MapModel ExtentOverfetchFactor Again I don t believe out HTML5 control supports adjusting that I will ask the primary developer on the HTML5 project to review and see if I ve missed anything The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer Registered By Agent47 Wednesday November 12 2014 03 59 PM permalink 0 Hi Russell I really appreciate your reply We use a custom map It is a windows phone app using MapDotNet plugin The functionality is like this there is a big map then when you click on a certain area on the map a popup will appear and inside is a smaller map that fits in the popup completely If we refer in the screenshot the black border is the size of the popup and the green in there occupy the whole space The problem lies during panning which I also shows in the screenshot which is the white space being shown or should I say empty space I understand your idea to restrict panning completely but this is not possible since the map inside the popup can be zoomed in so the panning is important We use the HTML5 approach Here s the functionality I want to achieve http jsfiddle net 2sg01pfm on onload panning is not working but once you zoomed in panning will work and will not leave empty space between map container inner boundary and map edge Once again thanks for your response on this Do you think this is possible with the plugin Thanks AgentCoder The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer By Russell de Grove Wednesday November 12 2014 06 17 PM permalink 0 If I pan your Fiddle quickly I see the same problem I don t think it could ever be completely eliminated but the more a control overfetches past the displayed extents the less frequently you d see the problem I spoke with the developer he says it can be done but didn t recall how off hand he should be weighing in later today The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer Registered By Agent47 Friday November 14 2014 07 13 AM permalink 0 Hi Russell Hmmm The fiddle does show white space during speedy panning since the image need to populate that area The map image are split into tiles so during speedy panning some of the map tiles are not yet showing causing the white space this is not an issue I think it s fairly logical to show white space when the image isn t loaded yet but that is not the same with the panning issue I had here Any updates from the developer if it s possible to do the functionality we re trying to achieve

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  • Brian Hearn - Profile - MapDotNet
    timeless Using last compiled stylesheet Junior Member Points 47 Points Favourites 0 Questions 0 Unresolved 0 Replies 65 Tags 0 Badges 0 Blog Entries 3 Brian Hearn Registered On 02 03 2010 Last Seen On 03 04 2015 Badges You have not earned any badges yet Geospatial Framework MapDotNet is the leading 100 NET GIS server and developer tools Included in the framework are WPF Silverlight and HTML5 map controls

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  • Is MDN supported with iOS 8? - MapDotNet
    Replies 1 Is MDN supported with iOS 8 posted in HTML5 Map Control Registered By Tushar Thursday October 16 2014 11 05 AM 0 We have ipad app with html5 map controls MDN aPis cordova and its working fine with iOS7 now we upgraded to the iOS 8 and we are getting some memroy warning Do you help us to resolved this issues If you can help us then that would be good Thanks Tweet Responses 1 Likes Highest Vote Latest Oldest Accepted Answer By Russell de Grove Thursday October 16 2014 03 24 PM permalink 0 We support all HTML5 compliant web browsers If you encounter a problem unique to a specific platform please provide both detailed steps to reproduce and a complete description of the platform hardware OS browser version The reply is currently minimized Show Your Reply Please login to post a reply You will need to be logged in to be able to post a reply Login using the form on the right or register an account if you are new here Register Here Register Username Forgot Password Password Remember Me Geospatial Framework MapDotNet is the leading 100 NET GIS server and developer tools Included in

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  • Richard Foster - Profile - MapDotNet
    Tags 0 Badges 0 Blog Entries Richard Foster Registered On 10 10 2014 Last Seen On 14 10 2014 Recent Posts Best mechanism for adding a tooltip to a point rendered client side Unread posted in HTML5 Map Control more than a month ago 4 1477 0 0 Last replied by Russell de Grove Page 1 Badges You have not earned any badges yet Geospatial Framework MapDotNet is the leading

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  • Best mechanism for adding a tooltip to a point rendered client-side? - MapDotNet
    points are drawn on the map using a custom renderer that was added by setting the isc rim tile layerOptions renderer setting for the layer in question I can see how to pass the required text to the renderer as one of the field values but I can t seem to work out the last step Do I need to use the maps pointer hover action then look up the nearest device and show the tooltip manually or should I be able to set some property toolTip on the path at rendering time and expect that to be displayed automatically Regards Richard Tweet Responses 4 Likes Highest Vote Latest Oldest Accepted Answer By Russell de Grove Friday October 10 2014 04 17 PM permalink 0 Yes you need to handle pointer hover but a tooltip property is a good idea which I ll pass on to the product architect The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer By Russell de Grove Friday October 10 2014 04 24 PM permalink 0 On further thought it s your renderer your SVG and an HTML title won t work because we have a div above you handling user input I m not sure how we could support a tooltip for you The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer Registered By Richard Foster Monday October 13 2014 05 14 PM permalink 0 In the section I m looking at I don t see any SVG coming into play It looks as if the renderer is using graphics primitives to directly manipulate the context object a canvas by drawing a circle onto it The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer By Russell de Grove Monday October 13 2014 07 53 PM permalink 1 I think those primitives are pretty much SVG objects the

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  • Can I make a custom image added to the map with addFixedContentElement draggable? - MapDotNet
    mix two examples from mapsjs the draggable element example and the place a marker example but have been unsuccessful so far I have mostly copied the source code from those two examples but essentially I ve just tried to add a click event that calls addFixedContentElement passes in the marker that references my custom image just a png map marker and set dragEnabled to true on the dragOptions object The marker shows up fine but I get the Not allowed image when I try to drag it circle with a slash through the middle and can t drag the icon Is something not working here or are we not allowed to drag images only a color filled div element That doesn t seem likely but I can t tell what else is different from the examples Thanks Chris Tweet Accepted Answer Registered By Chris Early Tuesday September 16 2014 09 21 PM permalink 0 Aha figured it out The div that I put the image in did not explicitly set a height and a width Once I set those it worked just fine I had copied the example of placing a marker and it hadn t set a height and width on the div but the draggable element example did Thanks Chris The reply is currently minimized Show Responses 1 Likes Highest Vote Latest Oldest Accepted Answer By Russell de Grove Tuesday September 16 2014 09 05 PM permalink 0 You certainly should be able to drag img objects I haven t tried that in particular but I ve made draggable SVG constructs Can you post some code The reply is currently minimized Show Your Reply Please login to post a reply You will need to be logged in to be able to post a reply Login using the form

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  • Silverlight vs. HTML 5- when do we need to switch? - MapDotNet
    those are in silverlight into html 5 Thanks Tweet Responses 3 Likes Highest Vote Latest Oldest Accepted Answer By Russell de Grove Monday August 18 2014 07 38 PM permalink 0 HTML 5 has no support for accessing WCF endpoints They are replaced with REST endpoints with the following caveats REST endpoints corresponding to the WCF Admin service do not exist thus no way to get map connection strings to interrogate available spatial tables or create new spatial tables Support in REST Map endpoint for tiles does not provide as much support for customized rendering 1 limited support for changing symbology can set a specific line or polygon color or fill only 2 Tile calls are per GET so the size of a query string limits very complex query or render instructions 3 No way to create an ad hoc layer in a request where you provide a database connection and table name rather than map and layer IDs Our APIs for HTML 5 do not map closely to our Silverlight APIs Hardly surprising as these platforms are very different Therefore any port is pretty much a total rewrite We are no longer enhancing our Silverlight API HTML 5 is now our primary focus The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer Registered By Tushar Thursday August 21 2014 10 33 AM permalink 0 Okay so still we need to wait to move html5 correct How much time do you think all this will be supported Thanks The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer By Russell de Grove Thursday August 21 2014 01 21 PM permalink 0 We have no plans at present to implement any of those 1 we now handle these sorts of scenarios with client side rendering You should re architect accordingly 2 at present this

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