[isf-wifidog] Hotspot status with Google Maps (almost done) !

Mina Naguib webmaster at topfx.com
Sam 2 Juil 09:44:01 EDT 2005


What's missing to make it show all the locations with live statuses ?

In case of missing hotspots I have a GPS device and can happily  
populate the DB with the coordinates.

On 2-Jul-05, at 3:12 AM, Proulx François wrote:

> Hi everybody,
> I am pleased to announce that I have a very nice working proof of  
> concept for hotspot status using the brand new Google Maps API.
> You can have a look at my demo here :
> http://www.edito.qc.ca/mapping/map_demo.html
> Please note that the data are bogus, it's a snapshot of the  
> database from a month ago and the status are completely random. I  
> tracked down about 20 GPS coordinates, I have a still lots to do,  
> but that's bread and butter compared to the JavaScript programming.
> If you're interested in the technical aspects :
> I'm using a XML document geneated by Wifidog containing all the  
> data about the hotspots ( this is actually taken from my current  
> developpment copy of the Wifidog code ). The document is loaded  
> dynamically using XMLHttpRequest on the client-side and parsed to  
> display on a map.
> Have fun, I'm open to comment as this is only a demo.

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