[OSM-dev] JAVA-Lib similar OpenLayers

Oliver Koppisch oliver at koppisch.net
Thu Sep 10 21:34:29 BST 2009

Hi Holger,

ah yes, JOSM. It's  obvious. But it's capabilities far exceed our needs. But
maybe we can use only the parts we need. I will take a look. Thank you


Am 10. September 2009 21:16 schrieb Holger Schöner <numenor at ancalime.de>:

> Hi Oliver,
> > does anybody know an JAVA-Library with similar features like OpenLayers
> > Javascript-Lib?
> > I would like to enhance our Java-Client to get maps from WMS-Servers.
> > Thanks for your effort.
> Depending on what you expect in detail (ready-to-use-library or example
> code), and whether the licensing of the code is okay for you, you might
> have
> a look at the JOSM editor. Although I am not involved in its development,
> it
> is written in Java, and from using it I know two components which might be
> interesting to you:
> - in the download dialog (Previously you needed a plugin for this, but now,
> I think, this is included in the program itself), there is a slippy map
> allowing to choose the area to download (probably just slippy map
> functionality, not WMS)
> - In the WMS plugin, there should be code for actually accessing WMS
> services and underlying it in the view/edit area.
> Does that help, or do you have other requirements/expectations?
> Yours, Holger

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