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how to render .gpx file

 
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Hi,

I am working on GPX and I have .gpx file to play at java base web application. Using java web application I want to make player which play that .gpx file.

Please help me how can I achive to make that player. Same way I want to edit also.
 
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What kind of GPX files are you talking about? That extension is mostly used for GIS data, not for gaming; see http://gpstools.sourceforge.net/example.html and http://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/legal-general/2008-December/000087.html
 
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I am talking about any GPS file which is generated by GPS device. example If some one have GPS device and they record the track after record I want to render that track to my java web application...
 
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In that case the two links I posted are spot on. You can probably find more solutions by searching for something like "reading gpx files java".
 
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Hi,

I have already search the related topic to google but I din't get appropriate solution. let me know if you all have some idea.

 
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Define "appropriate solution". If reading and manipulating GXP files is not what you intend to do, then what *are* you trying to do? Note that GPX is not some kind of interactive format that can be "played" like a movie, rather it is a GIS data format which can be used for all kinds of purposes.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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