Cool extensions for OpenLayers (ol).
Keywords: Storymap, Timeline control, CSS popup, Font Awesome symbols, charts for statistical map (pie/bar), layer switcher, control bar, wikipedia layer, legend control, search, animations, undo/redo mechanisms
using ol-ext in a webpack
- For use with webpack, Rollup, Browserify, or other module bundlers, install the npm ol-ext package and link to the node_modules directory:
npm install ol-ext
See the following examples for more detail on bundling OpenLayers with your application:
using ol-ext in a web page
- For use in a web page install the npm openlayers-ext package:
npm install openlayers-ext
The library will be available in the
node_modules/openlayers-ext/dist directory. You can find individual files in the
- You can download the scripts of the ./dist directory of the repository in your project and insert the .js and .css in your page.
- If you just want to add a
<script>tag to test things out, you can link directly to the builds from the github rawgit (not recommended in production).
- For compatibility with older browsers and platforms (like Internet Explorer down to version 9 and Android 4.x), the Openalerys needs to be transpiled (e.g. using Babel) and bundled with polyfills for
Using ol-ext prior to v3.1 some controls still depend on jQuery.
ol-ext runs on all modern browsers that support HTML5 and ECMAScript 5. This includes Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Edge. For older browsers and platforms like Internet Explorer (down to version 9) and Android 4.x, polyfills for for
Please see our contributing guidelines if you're interested in getting involved.
Please use the GitHub issue tracker for all bugs and feature requests. Before creating a new issue, do a quick search to see if the problem has been reported already.
ol-ext is licensed under the French Opensource BSD compatible CeCILL-B FREE SOFTWARE LICENSE.
(c) 2016-2019 - Jean-Marc Viglino
Some resources (mapping services and API) used in this sofware may have a specific license.
You must check before use.
For convenience you can use the BSD licence instead when publish content to webpack.