A demo web app using SocketStream, AngularJS and Google Maps for Location.IO, a common interface to GPS tracking hardware
A simple Location.IO demo web app using Node.js, SocketStream, AngularJS and Google Maps.
The demo app is indented to demonstrate the functionality of Location.IO. Connected trackers are shown as pins on the map. The example app supports sending commands to trackers. It is real time, the map pins move as the trackers update their locations. If a tracker disconnects it disappears from the map.
Location.IO Demo does not currenly support
- User login (or any privacy at all)
- A database to store the location and trip history of trackers
Point trackers to 22.214.171.124 port 1337
To install the most recent release from npm, run:
npm install -g demo.location.io
demo-location-io [http port]
The server listens to for connections from trackers on port 1337.
More info about supported trackers and protocols can be found on the Location.IO webstie
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2013 Alex Birkett firstname.lastname@example.org
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