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


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.

leaflet-omnivore - universal format parser for Leaflet & Mapbox.js


Leaflet supports the GeoJSON format by default. What if you have something else? That's where omnivore comes in.Omnivore also includes an AJAX library, corslite, so you can specify what you want to add to the map with just a URL.

SharpKml


SharpKML is an implementation of the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) KML 2.2 standard developed in C#, able to read/write both KML files and KMZ files.

FsxWs - WebServices for Microsoft FSX


WebServices for MS Flight Simulator. Get flights data as JSON, KML. !! Early stage, be patient !!




OGDI


OGDI is ‘starter kit’ that can be used to publish data on the Web and make it universally accessible via RESTful API and open formats.

BingMapsSDSToolkit - This toolkit makes it easy to use the Bing Maps Spatial Data Services (SDS) in


See the documentation for more information on how to use this library. This toolkit is based on the documentation for the Bing Maps Spatial Data Services.If you are working with the Bing Maps REST services which provides; on-demand forward and reverse geocoding, routing, static imagery, traffic and elevation data, take a look at the Bing Maps REST Toolkit.

tokml - Convert GeoJSON to KML.


Convert GeoJSON to KML.Given GeoJSON data as an object, return KML data as a string of XML.


go-kml - Package kml provides convenince methods for creating and writing KML documents.


Package kml provides convenience methods for creating and writing KML documents. There are more examples in the documentation corresponding to the examples in the KML tutorial.

importer-exporter - Java-based tool for loading and extracting 3D city model data from the 3D City Database


The 3D City Database Importer/Exporter is a Java based front-end for the 3D City Database. It allows for high-performance loading and extracting 3D city model data. The 3D City Database Importer/Exporter comes with both a Graphical User Interface (GUI) and a Command Line Interface (CLI). The CLI allows for employing the tool in batch processing workflows and third party applications.

examples - Self-contained examples for the legacy Maps API for JavaScript.


NOTE These examples are for the deprecated 2.5.4 JavaScript API. Newer 3.x examples can be downloaded here and also viewed on jsFiddle. Simple Examples: A series of graduated code examples using the Maps API for JavaScript, each example displays a short snippet of code with the correct syntax to do a specified task - for example "How do I add a Polygon to the map?" Useful when getting started, or as an aide-memoire when writing something new.

maps-api-for-javascript-examples - Self-contained examples for Maps API for JavaScript v3.


This repository holds a series of JavaScript based examples using the HERE Maps API for JavaScript. More information about the API can be found on developer.here.com under the JavaScript APIs section. This set of self-contained, use-case based examples is designed to be cloned by developers for their own use.