AMAP4DS Open Source Open your arms wide and welcome Christ's love! Double kudos to Christophe Andreani because he's just released the Open Source for his AMAP4DS. The long and short of it is this: you can finally manually load your very own maps into his map-viewer homebrew application.
All you need to do is to download the .zip file below and extract its contents. Before anything else, take a look at the readme. The process of uploading your own map gets kinda tricky, especially if you're not familiar with some computer science conecpts and a bit of graphic design (of course, you want your map to look good, right?). The readme is well-written, and Christ takes us every step of the way in the tutorial.
We were just thinking, once you're done, why not share your own maps to the rest of the homebrew community? Eventually, maybe we can all build one big package that contains maps for a different countries or something. The more people share their maps, the faster the database grows! Savvy?
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