Tag Archives: JavaScript

Print Maps

Web maps, e.g. Google Maps, normally don’t print well, as their resolution is much lower than normal print resolution, not to mention the various other unwanted text and elements that print along with the map. While the unwanted elements can … Continue reading

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Pannellum 2.1

Over the past five months, I have continued working on Pannellum and just released version 2.1.0. This release includes a number of improvements including a loading bar for equirectangular panoramas, “inertia,” configuration from Photo Sphere XMP data, more descriptive error … Continue reading

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Introducing Slenderbox

For the past two years, I’ve been using a WordPress lightbox plugin based on v2.0x of Lightbox 2 for displaying full-size images. While it worked well, it was also quite large, relying on the Prototype JavaScript framework. Looking at alternatives, … Continue reading

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Pannellum 1.2

With a few new features, a few improvements, and a bug fix, Pannellum 1.2 has been released. The new release includes keyboard panning controls, support for a fallback URL if WebGL is not supported by a browser, clarified load button … Continue reading

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Introducing Pannellum

After a year of on and off development, Pannellum, a free and open source panorama viewer for the web, is ready for release. Built using HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, and WebGL, it is plug-in free. The lightweight viewer, just 18kB gzipped, … Continue reading

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