[OSM-dev] Cartagen - client-side vector based map renderer, dynamic maps

Mario Ferraro fadinlight at gmail.com
Sun Apr 26 16:10:23 BST 2009

Here I am :)

Going to write Jeffrey to join our efforts if possible :)

Recently I've tried to retrieve data from an sqlite DB in Mozilla 
Firefox (which is slow, but perhaps not too much considering it doesn't 
need to be the fastest renderer in the world but something that doesn't 
need any installation client-side, just a Firefox extension). I've found 
some benchmarks good and some bad (Osmarender is quite demanding about 
number of queries), but it worth further analysis to me.


Mario Ferraro

Ian Dees ha scritto:
> On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 11:49 AM, Colin Marquardt 
> <cmarqu42 at googlemail.com <mailto:cmarqu42 at googlemail.com>> wrote:
>     2009/4/25 Jeffrey Warren <warren at mit.edu <mailto:warren at mit.edu>>:
>      > I'm working on a Javascript map renderer, non tile-based. It's really
>      > early-stage alpha, and not publicly released yet, but I'd love
>     some feedback
>      > from folks as I'm continuing to develop it.
>     Interesting, this is already the second JS renderer after I came across
>     http://bloodgate.com/wiki/index.php?title=Temap
>     a few days ago. Maybe you could join forces?
> One of the Google Summer of Code applicants submitted an application for 
> finishing his JavaScript-based OSM renderer. Check it out: 
> http://osmarenderfrontend.wordpress.com/
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