html page structure • Lizard-map: maps + plugin mechanism • Lizard-xyz plugins: data sources Lizard’s biggest advantage: the pluggable core. Works like a charm (but it could use a tad more documentation and some cleanup).
graph handling • Basic search handling • Basic popup • Plugin mechanism (“adapter”) On top of the user interface, lizard-map adds map rendering and layer management. And the all-important plugin mechanism.
of the box •Existing plugin (shapeﬁle, FEWS) •Your API + small custom plugin •Full custom Python/Django plugin If you want to use Lizard or want to integrate with it, the base option is to use WMS. Works like a charm and it is easy to integrate. Option two is to use one of the existing plugins. Option three is an API and a small custom plugin. Option four is to make a custom plugin; this gives the most power, but you need to be ﬂuent with Python/Django (or you need someone who is).