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Add Leaflet FullHash object for dynamic URL #621

sagarpreet-chadha opened this issue May 20, 2019 · 2 comments


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commented May 20, 2019

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We have added leaflet-fullHash library in the bower and included the link to this library on the index page .

Let's add leaflet-fullHash object which makes the URL dynamic in accordance to selected layers of the map .

Add this lines of code after this line

in index.html.erb :

var allMapLayers = {
      "BL1": baselayer1,
      "Purple": PurpleAirMarkerLayer,
      "STruth": SkyTruth,
      "FracTL": Fractracker,
      "ToxicR": ToxicRelease,
      "OdorR": OdorReport,
      "MapK": MapKnitter,
      "OIMPower": OpenInfraMap_Power ,
      "OIMapTelecom": OpenInfraMap_Telecom ,
      "OIMPetroleum": OpenInfraMap_Petroleum ,
      "OIMWater": OpenInfraMap_Water ,
      "JMincome": Justicemap_income,
      "JMamericanIndian": JusticeMap_americanIndian ,
      "JMasian": JusticeMap_asian ,
      "JMblack": JusticeMap_black,
      "JMmulti": JusticeMap_multi ,
      "JMhispanic": JusticeMap_hispanic ,
      "JMnonWhite": JusticeMap_nonWhite,
      "JMwhite": JusticeMap_white ,
      "JMplurality": JusticeMap_plurality ,
      "Clouds": clouds ,
      "cloudsclassic": cloudscls ,
      "precipitation": precipitation ,
      "precipcls": precipitationcls ,
      "rain": rain ,
      "raincls": raincls ,
      "snow": snow ,
      "pressure": pressure ,
      "pressurecontour": pressurecntr ,
      "temp": temp ,
      "wind": wind ,
      "Cities": city  ,
      "windrose": windrose 

    var hash = new L.Hash(Mapknitterunique, allMapLayers);

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Part of #510 :)


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commented May 20, 2019

assigned to @konolga!


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commented Jun 10, 2019

Is the issue still open? Can i contribute still?

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