Stream in nearby places using the browser's geolocation and level-places.
Stream in nearby places using the browser's geolocation, a convenient client-side counterpart to level-places.
Add some cities, then query for ones nearby.
var Places = require'level-places';var createNearbyStream = require'level-nearby-stream';// get db from multilevel or level-jsvar places = Placesdb;placesadd'NYC' 40.7142 -74.0064;placesadd'KFB' 47.8800 10.6225;createNearbyStreamplaceson'data' console.log;// => 'KFB'// 'NYC'
Create a readable stream that emits nearby places.
Possible options are:
timeout (Number): Give up finding the current position after x miliseconds
ignoreErrors (Boolean): If true, when a geolocation error happens, an empty position will be used.
- plus all the options from places#createReadStream
- plus all the options from trie#createSearchStream
geo-position finds it.
With npm do
$ npm install level-nearby-stream
Then bundle for the client using browserify.
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