“A map does not just chart, it unlocks and formulates meaning; it forms bridges between here and there, between disparate ideas that we did not know were previously connected.”
― Reif Larsen
A couple of weeks ago I wrote about using the Geolocation API, and walked through the minimal code necessary to get the user’s longitude and latitude. Now I want to take it just a step further, and show how to use Leaflet to show the users current location on a map. Continue reading Geolocation Part II: Building Interactive Maps with Leaflet
“Remember, no matter where you go, there you are.” ― Buckaroo Banzai
Over the past several years mobile devices have brought us a lot of new great features and capabilities, things that people now are starting to expect from computing devices. Features like touch-capability, then multi-touch, GPS to tell where the device (and user) is, motion- and light-sensing, device orientation, access to the device’s camera, and even more. Wouldn’t it be great if web developers had access to all of those amazing new device features? Well, some of that is possible right now.
Continue reading Super-simple Geolocation