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  1. From Camptocamp to Mirantis

    I joined Camptocamp in 2007. There I quickly became a core developer and project member of OpenLayers. I also became a lead developer of Camptocamp's « Geospatial Python team ». I learned a lot. I learned about the Geospatial field, open-source communities, Python programming, JavaScript programming, web development, web architectures. The ...

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  2. Fanstatic

    Published: Sat 15 October 2011
    By Erilem

    In Misc.

    A Pyramid-based framework we work on at Camptocamp uses pyramid_formalchemy and its companion module, fa.jquery. The latter relies on Fanstatic.

    Fanstatic is basically a WSGI middleware that can inject script and link tags in HTML pages, produced deeper in the WSGI stack. Any WSGI application or middleware wrapped by ...

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  3. OpenLayers sandbox dev with git svn

    Published: Wed 10 November 2010
    By Erilem

    In Misc.

    I've been using git-svn for OpenLayers development for some time now. Although git-svn isn't so easy to work with, I'm quite happy with it for OpenLayers.

    So I have a git-svn clone of http://svn.openlayers.org/trunk/openlayers on my development machine. I use this git ...

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  4. Server-side OpenLayers

    I've been interested in server-side JavaScript lately. As a proof of feasibility (to myself) I've put together a node.js-based web service that gets geographic objects from PostGIS and provides a GeoJSON representation of these objects.

    For this I've used node.js, postgres-js and OpenLayers.

    node.js ...

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