What is the new embed function
The development of the new Openrouteservice Map-Client in VueJS is in the final phase and now has a new function with which Routes and isochrones and other functions from openrouteservice (ORS) can be easily integrated into other websites using copy & paste. In this way, webmasters and editors can easily embed these ORS results into their website using the new ORS client.
Using the embed function:
Any feature visualized on the new map client such as a route, isochrones or a location can be used as embedded content. The code to be used for embedding is automatically generated on the card client itself. To access the code in the sidebar, click the share option. The iframe code is available. All you have to do is click on the code and it will be copied to your clipboard.
Access to the embed code via the "Share" button:
Find examples of embedded maps and more information here:
(openrouteservice.org -> Jupyter Examples -> Embedded Mode for openrouteservice VueJS client)
- ORS reference:
Neis, P. & Zipf, A (2008):OpenRouteService.org is three times “Open”: Combining OpenSource, OpenLS and OpenStreetMaps. GIS Research UK (GISRUK 08). Manchester.
- Which David Copperfield tricks remain unsolved puzzles
- Should Tasmania become independent from Australia
- Why are there sororities
- What are the Health Benefits of Ubiquinol
- What do intelligent people think of themselves
- What are the best watches under 1000
- What can poor people do
- What is the best guard dog
- What are the best free MOOCs courses
- Why do people die in old age
- Is e-commerce still profitable in 2019
- Is Liberia a safe country
- What is the best jewel for jewelry
- Should children deserve unconditional love
- Should I invest in marijuana?
- What are common Middle Eastern spices
- Which is better Johor or Laghkawi
- What does Chim mean in Singlish?
- How do I join the blood
- Who is the main quoran
- Why do we use statistics in business
- Are Indians romantic in relationships
- Are you a business owner
- If x 2 5 what is x