gvSIG Mini, KML and multi-layer support

These days, @fergonco and me have been refactoring gvSIG Mini. The refactor was intended to decouple the MapView from any Activity, so it can be a (more) reusable widget.

Well, that goal has been fully accomplished, so while @fergonco has been giving support to add controls to the map (in the OpenLayers way), I've been playing around with the brand new vector API and adding support to load several tiled layers to the MapView. The result seems (in my opinion) very promising, besides there's some work left to have it fully working.

Here are some snapshots of gvSIG Mini loading two raster tiled layers and several local and remote KML files (some of them from the Geoportal de la Comunitat Valenciana, developed by Prodevelop some months ago)


PNOA (TMS) + Cartociudad (WMS)



PNOA (TMS) + Cartociudad (WMS) + KMLs



OSM + Google Maps transparent layer + KMLs



OSM + Google Maps transparent layer + KMLs



I will try to have all that features available in gvSIG Mini (at least for a demo) for the 7th gvSIG conference next December.

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