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Lightning Talk: Reagent and LeafletJS or "Fun with Maps"

3rd December 2018 in London at CodeNode

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Adding maps to ClojureScript applications written in Reagent is a broadly unsolved problem at this point, and yet the truth is that lots of applications may be enhanced by the addition of accurate online mapping. During this talk, you will discover how to build up a re-usable Reagent component that can place a map into an existing or new ClojureScript application, using LeafletJS.

You will also learn how to mark areas/boundaries on that map and include place markers for specific locations.

Oliver will also share how to change the centre of the map to focus on a different place, how to remove/add markers and boundaries, and briefly cover how to get access to the required GeoJSON to draw accurate boundaries on maps rendered in this way.

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Lightning Talk: Reagent and LeafletJS or "Fun with Maps"

Oliver Godby

Oliver is a professional Geek, who after starting to learn Clojure in 2011 is now finally making his living using Clojure and ClojureScript - this makes him very happy.

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Adding maps to ClojureScript applications written in Reagent is a broadly unsolved problem at this point, and yet the truth is that lots of applications may be enhanced by the addition of accurate online mapping. During this talk, you will discover how to build up a re-usable Reagent component that can place a map into an existing or new ClojureScript application, using LeafletJS.

You will also learn how to mark areas/boundaries on that map and include place markers for specific locations.

Oliver will also share how to change the centre of the map to focus on a different place, how to remove/add markers and boundaries, and briefly cover how to get access to the required GeoJSON to draw accurate boundaries on maps rendered in this way.

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Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

Lightning Talk: Reagent and LeafletJS or "Fun with Maps"

Oliver Godby

Oliver is a professional Geek, who after starting to learn Clojure in 2011 is now finally making his living using Clojure and ClojureScript - this makes him very happy.

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