2021-09-27, 09:00–13:00, Juana Azurduy
In this hands-on workshop, we'll take you from scratch to deploying a web mapping application with OpenLayers. The workshop is divided into a series of modules that introduce you to development with the latest version of OpenLayers. We'll start out by getting you set up with a development environment and walk through the available learning resources. The modules get more advanced as we walk through editing vector data, working with mobile devices, introduce custom rendering with WebGL, learn how to style vector tiles, and manipulate data with raster operations.
Don't forget to register before we run out of tickets!
If you haven't yet used OpenLayers, haven't used it in a while, or are a regular user who wants to dig into some of the new features, this workshop is for you! Core developers to the project will be on hand to walk you through the workshop exercises and answer questions you may have about your own OpenLayers projects.
Hocevar, Andreas - ahocevar geospatial
Schaub, Tim - Planet
2 - Basic. General basic knowledge is required.Requirements for the Attendees –
We're looking forward to seeing you on Monday for the OpenLayers Workshop. If you want to get a head start on setting things up, you can follow the setup instructions on https://openlayers.org/workshop/en/. If you want to follow along during the workshop and complete the exercises on your own computer, at a minimum, you'll need to have Node 16 installed.
See you on Monday!
Andreas is an accomplished open source developer. Not only as a small business owner, but also out of personal interest, he is an active steering committee member and committer for OpenLayers. He has been working in geospatial for more than 25 years, and is a frequent teacher and speaker.
Tim works at Planet Labs, making heavy use of open source geospatial software in processing and deriving information from satellite imagery.