- In the box o' stuff from previous workplace was a stack of zip disks. That very fact assures that whatever they contain is of no use. 11 hours ago
- Daughter choral group sings national anthem at the Wizards game tomorrow. She's rehearsing at home right now. It's wonderful. 13 hours ago
- RT @ed_harrell: My kind of protest sign. https://t.co/PVMGh1AR5f 13 hours ago
- I've become hooked on Slack's message yourself feature. 16 hours ago
- RT @granthpaulsen: Baseball is back with a bang. twitter.com/MLB/status/835… 18 hours ago
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Tag Archives: Leaflet
We do a lot of tiles for various customers at Zekiah. Tiling is as much art as science and sometimes things go wrong so we have a range of utilities that we use to perform various kids of QA. Because … Continue reading
In celebration of this day when the non-stop political ads, robo-calls, junk mail, and social media posts *should* finally come to an end. I threw together a little map to show the latest time at which polls close in each … Continue reading
So I’ve been playing with Leaflet a lot lately. It’s become my lightweight mapping library of choice. There’s a lot it doesn’t do so I keep OpenLayers and others in the rotation as well but Leaflet is direct and to … Continue reading
A while back, I posted about some experimentation I did with Leaflet and CartoDB in the wake of FOSS4G in Denver. I recently had the chance to go back and update that sample with some spatial queries. At the time … Continue reading
Things have been kind of quiet on the blog lately due to things being busy at work. I call that a good problem to have. Since the beginning of the year, I’ve written a a lot of proposals for a … Continue reading
I’ve become a big fan of Leaflet for putting maps on the web. It gives me most of what I need without much of what I don’t and is fairly easily extended, as shown by the impressive work of Jason … Continue reading