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Refactoring of components #217

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raitisbe opened this issue Jul 1, 2019 · 0 comments

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Rename ows panels and components to addLayers
Split getcapabilities querying into seperate service.
Ows was too ambiguous name, so rename to addLayers.
Use component architecture instead of controller+directive.

refs #217

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Refactor modules into smaller files by guidelines
Now for every main component (panel) there would be one or a few
component.module.js files and separate files for services,
directives, controllers and components, which make up the module.
This will make further splitting of big controller easier and
help avoid conflicts.
refs #217

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SLeitgeb added a commit that referenced this issue Jul 18, 2019

Refactor modules into smaller files by guidelines
Now for every main component (panel) there would be one or a few
component.module.js files and separate files for services,
directives, controllers and components, which make up the module.
This will make further splitting of big controller easier and
help avoid conflicts.
refs #217

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