Do you know ASP.NET?Originally Posted by RoyN
Can you help me to isolate the mapquest MAP on a page? I dont care much for the controls...
I have everything you see here working. Everything is compatible with IE and Firefox (firefox makes it look a lot uglier). And yes, I know my colors are all jacked but I just barely added the background and have yet to change the colors. I'm going to be doing some major server changes soon probably that will require all client upgrades but I'll let you know when I do that.
Here is something that I noticed about the whole minimizing problem. I was playing with it a bit today, and noticed that it will minimize properly when using the MapMonkey setting, but not when set to pull info directly from the GPS Mouse.
No ASP.NET unfortuntaely.... PHP mostly, and my servers are unix....
I'll check that, thanks for all of the info.Originally Posted by techy101
@Buybyte - It is ready to be tested but I am going to make one server change because I really don't want to get spammed with useraccounts with how it is set up right now. Hopefully tonight
I suggest if you havent already, put a on-click change on the Times list... that way when you click on 00:00:00pm it will automatically load the data for that time... easier than click-date-click-button-click-time-click-button... just click date then time....
I finally have a demo for the web client done. You have to have a username/password to see your log information but if you don't have one you can use: demo/demo for the username/password. I'll warn you that the speeds aren't super fast right now (aren't too bad) as I'm in currently hosting it on a Comcast connection The google maps are the coolest part. If you bring up the google maps and have a day selected then it will show you as you move along throught the day. I'm going to change the car client soon to allow more frequent uploads so the google maps will scroll you along smoother.
Thanks to Frodo for his help on the Google maps, and techy101 for letting me borrow his position logs
Go easy on it for now; Don't crash it!
The position ont he car is updating too quickly and the google images of the maps are completely late...
basically it takes 5 seconds to load all the 25 images that make the map but in about 3 seconds the car position has updated out of the map... this makes the car appear in weird places (like the middle of the lake! hehehe)