Export Moves data as GeoJSON
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A work in progress to create utilities for Moves, an activity tracker for Android and iOS, including displaying tracks on a web map and GeoJSON export.

Hosted

The easiest way to use the utilities is at moves.husk.org, where you can use the site simply by authenticating on your mobile device. It's hosted on Heroku, and all the requisite files are in the repository.

 Development

If you'd like to hack on a copy of this, as well as the standard git clone you'll need to set up environment variables. I did this by

  • generating an app_secret: from a Python shell, import os; os.urandom(24)
  • getting the client variables from the Moves developer site
  • adding these to a .env file (see .env-example)
  • pushing the variables into my shell with export `cat .env`

For the Python packages, you'll need to run:

  • git submodule init
  • git submodule update
  • virtualenv .
  • source bin/activate
  • pip install -r requirements.txt

and then you're ready to run the server:

  • python moves_utilities.py