I am going to launch another mini project which will allow Autodesk Autocad DXF files to be loaded and displayed in a simple swing application.
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I like maps and I like displaying maps. I am going to start another new mini project displaying open source map data in a Java Swing Application.
I am using Eclipse 4.2 basic java developer edition with the following plugins: Swing designer Window builder m2e – maven plugin I am using JDK 1.6 for no other reason than this is the jdk I have currently installed. Step
I went on a 2 day professional scrum master course in August. The course included a voucher for the certification exam which I took on the 9th of September. I passed the certification exam with 91%. So I am now
For quite a while now I have been thinking Agile and trying to do Scrum (as the saying goes). One of the pillars of Scrum is Inspection which has got me thinking about previous projects that I have managed and
Step 1 Additional apis Moving right on we will need a couple of extra APIs. The first is for the display of the map. I will be using Piccolo2D (http://piccolo2d.org/index.html), which is a “toolkit that supports the development of 2D
Step 1 Getting the data. Unfortunately the elevation data is not part of the Open Street Maps data. Open Streets is all about streets and towns and not about physical geography. It is a shame but not a difficult problem
As I said in the previous post I needed to find a more manageable way of parameterising the features. I initially toyed with the idea of a simple properties flat file. This would be okay for about a dozen features
In my work I use Hibernate annotations and have been developing with them for a number of years now. I have recently started re-engineering the plan viewer facility management application to basically take advantage of everything I have learned over