GpsNose web-integration package - You can use the login, real geo-data and nearby anonymous communication from the GpsNose platform in your web-site.
Welcome to the GpsNose web-integration package ;-)!
You can use the login, real geo-data and nearby anonymous communication from the GpsNose platform in your web-site.
Please, check the developer's manual with code-samples and HowTos available here:
- Your web-users can enter the web-community of your website (%www.YOURDOMAIN.com) or a sub-community (%www.YOURDOMAIN.com@fishing)
- Your otherwise virtual users are immediately real geo-enabled, can communicate in real-world and real-time also outside your web.
- The data your users generate are available at your website, such as users, PoIs, events, tracks..
- This SDK contains the most useful web-wrappers for the underlying GpsNose.SDK framework API calls
- You can make your own web-modules as you like, using the GpsNose.SDK or writing your own one
- To use this web SDK, you must first setup a valid web-community mashup to GpsNose at the mashup-admin: https://www.gpsnose.com/Developer/MashupAdmin
- Wiki: https://wiki.gpsnose.com
- SDK/CMS modules/sources download: https://wiki.gpsnose.com/download/
- Mashup-admin: https://www.gpsnose.com/Developer/MashupAdmin
Read the basic usage on the GpsNose WIKI
The SDK is used in the TYPO3 plugin, you may use this as an example and a how to...
In PHP there is another implementation for Cache then in C#. The default implemantation is memcache, if your server has installed this extension, you have to tell the SDK where to find the Server:
\GpsNose\SDK\Framework\GnCache::$MemcacheServer = '127.0.0.1'; \GpsNose\SDK\Framework\GnCache::$MemcachePort = '11211';
Find an example here how to implement an own Cache-Handler
You have to implement the "\GpsNose\SDK\Framework\IGnCacheHandler" Interface of this SDK
To initiate the new created Cache handler, you have to set the Cache-Handler:
\GpsNose\SDK\Framework\GnCache::$CacheHandler = new \your\namespace\GnCacheHandler();
Here is how to set an own password:
\GpsNose\SDK\Framework\GnCryptor::$pass = 'my-crypt-password';