togeojson - convert KML and GPX to GeoJSON, without the fuss

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This converts KML & GPX to GeoJSON, in a browser or with Node.js.Convert a KML document to GeoJSON. The first argument, doc, must be a KML document as an XML DOM - not as a string. You can get this using jQuery's default .ajax function or using a bare XMLHttpRequest with the .response property holding an XML DOM.

http://mapbox.github.io/togeojson/
https://github.com/mapbox/togeojson

Dependencies:

xmldom : ~0.1.19
concat-stream : ~1.5.1
minimist : 1.2.0

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