Integrating React and OpenLayers within a Redux Architecture

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  • react-geo

    A set of geo related modules to use in combination with React, Ant Design and OpenLayers.

    The second approach considers rendering components like the draw interaction mentioned above as child components of the react map component. The map instance could then be passed down to the children of the map component either directly as a prop or by leveraging reacts context object using the Provider pattern. However, the react documentation explicitly advises against using context, though we found a number of solutions using this pattern (react-geo, react-leaflet) and also popular libraries like react-redux make use of it. We therefore thought about using React.Children.map() to clone the child components and then adding map to them as a prop.

  • react-leaflet

    React components for Leaflet maps

    The second approach considers rendering components like the draw interaction mentioned above as child components of the react map component. The map instance could then be passed down to the children of the map component either directly as a prop or by leveraging reacts context object using the Provider pattern. However, the react documentation explicitly advises against using context, though we found a number of solutions using this pattern (react-geo, react-leaflet) and also popular libraries like react-redux make use of it. We therefore thought about using React.Children.map() to clone the child components and then adding map to them as a prop.

  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support . Appwrite is an open source backend server that helps you build native iOS applications much faster with realtime APIs for authentication, databases, files storage, cloud functions and much more!

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