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Announcing New sWebMap Component in JavaScript

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Frederick Giasson recently announced “the release of the new sWebMap Semantic Component in JavaScript.”

Frederick Giasson recently announced “the release of the new sWebMap Semantic Component in JavaScript. This new mapping component is a standalone JavaScript application that can be integrated on any new or existing web sites and interact with an Open Semantic Framework (OSF) instance to search, browse, filter and display with geographically-located information on an interactive map.”

Giasson continues, “The sWebMap is a rich mapping tool that can easily be integrated on any webpage, and that can be extensively customized. The sWebMap does support these features: Full text search for searching and displaying results on a map. Extensive filtering capabilities: Filtering by dataset source, Filtering by type, Filtering by attribute/value, Filtering of records that belongs to a specific geographic region. Display of record on the map using: Different markers depending on the type of record to display (determined by the ontologies), Polygon shapes for records that refers to a geographic region, Polyline shapes for records that refers to a geographically-located path.”

Learn more here.

Image: Courtesy sWebMap

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