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Openstreetmap for Java - Swing application

Thanh Doan

Joined: Jun 21, 2012
Posts: 1
Hi all,
I am very new to OpenStreetMap. At this time, I am developing a Java Swing Application that uses OpenStreetMap data. My ideas are that I will download OpenStreetMap data from a tile server (format images) which is specified by longitude and latitude, integrated in a JPanel. After that, I embedded this Panel in a OverviewJFrame. Next, I will do the routing base on this map, right click to choose start end and finish end, draw a shortest line between them.
However, I am very new to this domain and I have never done it before. I post this topic to ask all of you a favor. Could you give me some useful advice please? What should I start to do now? Do you have any examples or some think like that which I can learn quickly. Thank you very much.
My email address is tthanh.doan@gmail.com
Michael Dunn
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Joined: Jun 09, 2003
Posts: 4632
> Could you give me some useful advice please?

identify the specific problem/s you have
post each problem in a separate topic
post the code you've tried
let us know what you expect the code to do Vs what it actually does

most times, when posting 'the code you've tried', you will get quicker
solutions if you create/post a stand-alone program based on that problem
i.e. it includes no code unrelated to the problem = SSCCE
Darryl Burke

Joined: May 03, 2008
Posts: 5093

Hello Thanh, and welcome to the Ranch! Please BeForthrightWhenCrossPostingToOtherSites

luck, db
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