Classic openrouteservice maps client
The classic openrouteservice(ors) maps client is an online route planning application that is based on open source software, open data and open standards.
Clone the repository
git clone https://github.com/GIScience/openrouteservice-app.git # switch to repository folder cd openrouteservice-app
First Replace weathercheck.txt content with your Api-Key:
# Open `app/weathercheck.txt` in your favorite text editor and replace the content with your Token. # e.g.: vim app/weathercheck.txt
Build the docker image:
Running the client
Run docker-compose up:
docker-compose up -d
The app will be exposed on http://localhost:8035
Running in development mode
- open on http://localhost:3005
- container will be removed after stopping
docker-compose run -p 3005:3005 --rm ors-classic-maps dev
If you want to use the openrouteservice client with a
local backend version of openrouteservice make sure
you are using the correct endpoint paths in
ngconstant.local of the
Local ors backend:
docker-compose run -p 3005:3005 --rm ors-classic-maps ors_local
Note: In case of CORS issues try setting the endpoints of the backend services to
http://localhost:3005which should be proxied to
Install dependencies locally
If you want to have all dependencies locally, installation is a bit more difficult. Also, the commands for running the client are a bit different.
If you encounter any permission issues during the installation:
- on Linux: try running npm-commands with
sudo npm install
- on Windows(GitBash recommended): try running npm-commands with the
npm install --no-optional
After cloning the repository:
- Install dependencies:
# install all modules listed as dependencies in package.json npm install
- Initiate default files:
# Copy `Gruntfile.default.js` to `Gruntfile.js` cp Gruntfile.default.js Gruntfile.js # Copy `weathercheck.default.txt` to `weathercheck.txt` cp app/weathercheck.default.txt app/weathercheck.txt
Don't forget to edit
weathercheck.txt and insert your API key.
To enable console output information and logging for bug-fixing and feature development do:
To build for production (all output in
To use a local ors backend:
For minor bugfixes use the development branch:
git checkout development
For new features, please create a new branch:
git checkout -b feature_branch
Do a pull request to our development branch. Be sure to pull the latest changes beforehand and fix any emerging conflicts.
Help us to provide the openrouteservice in your language by translating some simple keywords!
In this spreadsheet you can add a column for your language or check the already added words if they are correctly translated. Our service will be updated regularly with the latest language versions.
If there are further questions, please let us know!
(The MIT License)
Copyright (c) 2017 GIScience Research Group, Heidelberg University.
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