St. Anton, Austria

Ten years ago, I enjoyed a week in Saint Anton, Austria, March 8-17, 2008.

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    1. Michael-
      //return new Cesium.CesiumTerrainProvider({
      // url : ‘//’
      return Cesium.createWorldTerrain();

      1. danke – das kommt über die erste Hürde drüber, wenn man den cesium.Credit noch auf html umschreibt:

        credit: new Cesium.Credit(‘” title=””/>‘)

        beim Anzeigen der Imagery kommt zunächst die richtige Karte, aber da hats noch was:

        …There are now 2 imageryProvider viewModels to choose in the BaseMapPicker…
        the NAME of viewModel [0] ESRI­World­Imagery
        the NAME of viewModel [1] Austrian­OpenGovernmentData­Basemap
        An error occurred in “WebMapTileServiceImageryProvider”: Failed to obtain image tile X: 67 Y: 46 Level: 7.
        An error occurred in “WebMapTileServiceImageryProvider”: Failed to obtain image tile X: 33 Y: 23 Level: 6.
        An error occurred in “WebMapTileServiceImageryProvider”: Failed to obtain image tile X: 16 Y: 9 Level: 5.
        An error occurred in “WebMapTileServiceImageryProvider”: Failed to obtain image tile X: 8 Y: 3 Level: 4.

  1. Hi, great 3d map! I have just started investigating cesium 3d – though unfortunately I don’t know much about javascript. I have managed to to a bit of copy and paste and got it working to display a geology wms over terrain on my local computer. However, I would like get it working online. That’s where I am running into difficulty – I don’t have a website that I can install node.js on – from the documentation (and i’m a beginner) it seems that I need to do this. I looked into OpenShift as they have a free basic account but I ran into difficulties there. Would you have any suggestions?

    1. If gets off the ground, it would offer you a free platform to start developing Cesium 3D maps, but it’s been in beta for a year.
      I worked as a volunteer for a non-profit, while learning javascript, and was allowed to use their staging webserver for Google Maps and some CesiumJS development. Maybe you can find a non-profit that will grant you access to their webserver in exchange for your volunteer time. After that, I had to pay out of my own pocket for this GoDaddy website, to continue web development. Hosts like GoDaddy start cheap. A year later, I had to buy an SSL certificate in order to start using geolocation. GoDaddy constantly pushes discount offers to their existing customers, like 30%. So far, it’s been a less expensive hobby than many of my others. I develop and test Cesium code on something like nodeJS running on a localhost (InstantWordPress), use a GitHub free account for backing up code to the cloud, then upload updated code to the GoDaddy server to test it further on other devices and browsers. I should emphasize that this website is intended for development and testing, not attracting more viewers or monetizing. The code is not optimized, and loads slowly, but serves my purposes. I hope you enjoy the Cesium map demos here. Good luck!

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