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maplace.js - A Google Maps Javascript plugin for jQuery.

  •    Javascript

Helps you to embed Google Maps into your website, quickly create markers and controls menu for the locations on map. Download the latest version of Maplace.js and include the Google Maps API v3 along with jQuery.

jQuery-Store-Locator-Plugin - A store locator plugin using Google Maps API version 3

  •    Javascript

This jQuery plugin takes advantage of Google Maps API version 3 to create an easy to implement store locator. No back-end programming is required, you just need to feed it KML, XML, or JSON data with all the location information. How you create the data file is up to you. I originally created this for a company that didn’t have many locations, so I just used a static XML file. You will need to geocode your locations beforehand or use a geocoding API service if you want to try to do it on the fly. The reason for this is that all free geocoding APIs have strict limits that would easily be exceeded. In the end, you're much better off storing the coordinates versus having to look them up for each location on each request. A note on the distance calculation: this plugin currently uses a distance function that I found on the blog of Chris Pietschmann. Google Maps API version 3 does include a distance calculation service (Google Distance Matrix API) but I decided not to use it because of the current request limits, which seem somewhat low. For v2 I also tried experimenting with the Directions API to request distances but also found the limits to be too restrictive. So, the distance calculation is “as the crow flies” instead of a road distance calculation. However, if you use the inline directions option that does provide the distance that's returned via the directions request.

leaflet-control-geocoder - A simple geocoder form to locate places

  •    Javascript

I need to take some of your time. I can't believe we let shit like the Kathy Sierra incident or what happened to Brianna Wu happen over and over again. I can't believe we, the open source community, let sexist, misogynous shit happen over and over again. I strongly believe that it is my — and your — duty to make the open source community, as well as the tech community at large, a community where everyone feel welcome and is accepted. At the very minimum, that means making sure the community and its forums both are safe, and are perceived as safe. It means being friendly and inclusive, even when you disagree with people. It means not shrugging off discussions about sexism and inclusiveness with handwaving about censorship and free speech. For a more elaborate document on what that means, the NPM Code of Conduct is a good start, Geek Feminism's resources for allies contains much more.

ahoy.js - Simple, powerful JavaScript analytics

  •    Javascript

Simple, powerful JavaScript analytics




node-geo-proximity - Super fast proximity searches of geo coordinates.

  •    Javascript

Note: This module requires a Redis server to be accessible to your Node environment. It should be noted that the method used here is not the most precise, but the query is very fast, and should be appropriate for most consumer applications looking for this basic function. Read more about how this module works.

node-georedis - Super fast geo queries.

  •    Javascript

Note: Requires a Redis server to be accessible to your Node environment. Note: Will use native Redis geo commands if they are available, and fallback to an emulation if not available. Read more about how this module works.

gps-fun - GPS for Fun! How to Cluster Location Data to Find Popular Destinations

  •    Python

The following steps will help you setup a development environment. This will launch a server on localhost at port 5000. Hit up the index page at http://localhost:5000/ The Start/Stop toggle button on the top right corner is meant to start polling for changes in the trained clusters. Before you hit it the first time, make sure you've run atleast one round of clustering, so as to generate a ./data/trained_output.csv. To run one, see the next step.


get-comments - :leaves: Extract comments using @LimonJS

  •    Javascript

Extract javascript comments on per character basis. Comment object compatible with acorn-extract-comments and Esprima format. Notice: It extracts only first level block comments, not include nested comments.