lecture: What's new and cool in OpenLayers
OpenLayers 3 aims to be a full-featured, flexible, and high-performance mapping library leveraging the latest web technologies. Since the initial release of 3.0 at the end of 2013, the library has matured significantly, and great new features and improvements are rolling out with each monthly release.
Are you are still using OpenLayers 2 and feeling that the time has come to upgrade? Or curious to see what a comprehensive mapping library can do? Join us for this feature frenzy of OpenLayers 3, where we will present our recent and ongoing work on making the library more user-friendly, robust and powerful.
Whether you're a developer or decision maker, this talk will get you up to date with the current status and upcoming features and improvements of OpenLayers 3.
Links to project: http://openlayers.org/
Start time: 09:30
Room: Plenary Chamber
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