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IGO2 Library

This repository is home to the IGO2 Library on which IGO2 is built. IGO2 and this library are open source projects using Angular, Angular Material and OpenLayers. While IGO2 is mapping oriented, this library can easily serve other purposes as it contains many components and services that may benefit any web application.

Description

Igo2 library is divided into several elements:

  • @igo2/utils : Basic utilies without dependency (ex: base64, clipboard, uuid)

  • @igo2/core : Element affecting the core of the application (ex: config, language, message, media, request)

  • @igo2/common : Library containing reusable components (ex: clickout, drag-drop, list, panel, spinner, table)

  • @igo2/auth : Library grouping the authentication and security module

  • @igo2/geo : Library containing the geomatic components. Depends on Openlayers.

  • @igo2/context : Library of components uniting @igo2/geo and @igo2/auth

  • @igo2/tools : Library simplifying component use as tools

Demo

User Installation

The latest release of IGO2 Library can be used and installed from npm.

Example: npm install --save @igo2/core npm install --save @igo2/common

  • See the demo code for examples of simple use.

For developers

Developer Installation

If you want to develop in IGO2 Library, it can be installed by:

  1. Clone current repository: using git clone https://github.com/infra-geo-ouverte/igo2-lib.git
  2. Deploy in cd igo2-lib/ and install from npm npm install
  3. Build librairies: npm run build.libs
  4. Start form npm npm start
  5. Open your browser at http://localhost:4200/

Development server

Run npm start for a dev server. Navigate to http://localhost:4200/. The app will automatically reload if you change any of the source files.

Build

Run npm run build.libs to build the project. The build artifacts will be stored in the dist/ directory.

Running tests

Run npm run test.libs to execute the tests