The philosophy of the GeoExt UX has been followed in order to create the GeoAdmin widgets.
The base layer tool allows the user to manage the base layer (swissimage, pixelmap and void). It offers an opacity slider and the possibility to switch between pixelmaps and void layers.
See example: Base Layer Tool.
BOD (for Betriebsobjektdatenbank) Search is a combo box allowing the user to search within the layer offered by GeoAdmin API.
See example: BOD Search
BOD (for Betriebsobjektdatenbank) Search Window is a tool to present the metadata information about a layer.
See example: BOD Search Window
This widget contains a tree structure according to INSPIRE with the available layers.
See example: Catalog Tree
This wiget structure and parametrization can be cutomized
See example: Custom Catalog Tree
This widget allows the user to right click in the map and get a popup with various information.
See example: Context Popup
This widget presents the layer visible in the map and offer various functions like: opacity management, visibility management, access to metadata and layer deletion.
See example: Layer Tree
This is the classical layer tree widget, which allows the user to naviagte through the tree and to select/unselect layers.
See example: TreePanel
The map widget contains a map and all the layers of the Switzerland spatial data infrastructure.
The mouse position widget presents the position of the mouse.
See examples: Mouse Position
The print widget allows the generation of PDF files containing the map information. This UX communicates with a MapFish print server. The MapFish print server of api.geo.admin.ch can be used but if you need a custom configuration, you’ll have to setup your own server.
See examples: Print
SwissSearch is a combo box allowing the user to search within various data sources: SwissNames, Postal Code, Cities, Canton and also coordinates (CH1903 and WGS84).
See example: Swiss Search
This widget allows the user to click in the map and get a tooltip of the selected features.
See example: Tooltip (deprecated)
This widget allows the user to click in the map and get a tooltip of the selected features. A selection by rectangle is also possible to allow the user to interact with the selected features.
This widget display the legend of all activelayers in a new windows.
See example: LegendWindow