NASA Renews Commitment to WorldWind
WorldWind has received renewed commitment from NASA for continued development and support. NASA will continue to release updates to the WorldWind SDKs, and will continue to make the WorldWind Servers accessible for all Users. We plan to make an announcement soon regarding a path forward for improved support of the WorldWind User & Developer communities.
If you have questions and/or concerns, please feel free to email at:
- worldwind.arc.nasa.gov has setup instructions, developers guides, API documentation and more
- Forum provides help from the WorldWind community
- WebStorm is used by the NASA WorldWind development team
The Web WorldWind Developer's Guide has a complete description of Web WorldWind's functionality. You'll also find there links to many Web WorldWind resources, including a user guide. The latest Web WorldWind release provides many simple examples showing how to use all of Web WorldWind's functionality.
Install NodeJS. The build is known to work with Node.js 10.15.3 LTS and 11.12.0.
npm installdownloads WorldWind's dependencies
npm run buildbuilds everything
npm run docgenerates the WorldWind API documentation
npm run testruns WorldWind's unit tests
npm run test:watchautomatically runs WorldWind's unit tests when source code changes
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