Global

Methods

geocode(obj, cb) → {Promise.<luxx.GeocodeResponse>}

It geocodes an address. The found position is transmitted to the callback function as parameter.

Parameters:
Name Type Description
obj luxx.GeocodeOptions

The hash object representing the address to geocode.

Properties
Name Type Description
num number

The house number. Required.

street string

The street name. Required.

zip number

The postal code. Required.

locality string

The locality name. Required.

queryString string

The complete address into one string. Required.

cb function

The callback to call. Called with the position in EPSG:2169 (LUREF) of the geocoded address.

Source:
Returns:

Promise that returns the geocoding response.

Type
Promise.<luxx.GeocodeResponse>
Examples
lux.geocode({
  queryString: '54 avenue gaston diderich 1420 luxembourg'
}, function(position) {
	 console.log (position);
});
lux.geocode({
num: 54,
  street: 'avenue gaston diderich',
  zip: 1420,
  locality: 'luxembourg'
}, function(position) {
	console.log (position);
});

reverseGeocode(coordinate, cb) → {Promise.<luxx.ReverseGeocodeResponse>}

It returns the most closest address of a given point.

Parameters:
Name Type Description
coordinate ol.Coordinate

The coordinates to look for an address. Coordinates must be given in EPSG:2169.

cb function

The callback function to call. Called with the address represented by luxx.ReverseGeocodeResult.

Source:
Returns:

Promise that returns the reverse geocoding response.

Type
Promise.<luxx.ReverseGeocodeResponse>
Example
lux.reverseGeocode([75979,75067], function(address) {
  var html = [address.number, address.street, address.postal_code + ' ' + address.locality] .join(', ');
  console.log(html);console.log(address);
});