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OpenStreetMap.hu business card and website news

Posted by: Ferenc Veres on March 28, 2013 11:07:47 PM +00:00

I've added some improvements to the openstretmap.hu website:

  • PlanetPlanet news aggregator
  • Ability to search multiple POIs (e.g. bank & atm, or when shop type does not matter, you just need some food)
  • Added a name-less business card created by a professional designer
  • Coordinates supported in search box

And of some minor improvements, mainly in usabilty of search box, and updated street autocomplete database.

OpenStreetMap.hu V2.0

Posted by: Ferenc Veres on July 24, 2012 06:43:53 AM +00:00

I've updated the openstreetmap.hu website with some new features and new page layout. New features inlcude:

  • Autocomplete for Hungarian city names and streets
  • Remember last viewed position
  • Nice GUI using jQuery UI framework
  • Directly controll JOSM from "Edit in JOSM" menu
  • Improve "Send to" by e-mail field and URL copy field and better "Add marker"

OpenStreetMap.hu is up'n'running

Posted by: Ferenc Veres on October 30, 2011 08:58:12 PM +00:00

The www.openstreetmap.hu domain was occupied by an empty HTML file for years. Recently I discovered it is free, so registered it immediately. Let's see if someone will complain.

Update: The old owner of the domain is happy with the new site. :-)

With help of an OSM-JS professional, we got the new site up & running in a few days  - thank you mate!

OSMTippek - A new OpenStreetMap help site

Posted by: Ferenc Veres on August 1, 2011 08:10:50 PM +00:00

Based on the RealProSite CMS, I've created a new Hungarian website where I write tutorials for editing OpenStreetMap the free wiki map of the world.

www.osmtippek.hu (Hungarian text)


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