[Geojs-users] Zoom functionality using GeoJS

David Manthey david.manthey at kitware.com
Mon Mar 9 10:34:16 EDT 2020

I would do this by constructing two geo.map objects, one for the main view
and one for the zoom-in view.  When hovering over the main view, set the
bounds of the zoom-in view to the bounding box of the hovered object.

- David

On Mon, Mar 9, 2020 at 4:29 AM Bhupendra Singh <
Bhupendra.Singh1 at india.nec.com> wrote:

> Hi GeoJs team,
> Appreciate your effort as always you provide the solution!
> I have to zoom the annotation area and I am struggling to achieve it so
> please can you help me how we can achieve that functionality using Geojs.
> Example: If user mouse hover over on any annotation suppose R0122 then
> user should see this annotation with zoom in different place in the same
> page.
> Thanks & Regards,
> Bhupendra
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