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OpenLayers 3 : Beginner's Guide by Erik Hazzard, Paul Spencer, Thomas Gratier

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Where to go for help

Our coverage of the sample code was not meant to be extremely thorough; just enough to give you an idea of how it works. We'll be covering OOP concepts in more detail throughout the remaining chapters, so if anything is a bit unclear, don't worry too much.

As OpenLayers is a library and provides functions for you, it is important to know what these functions are and what they do. There are many places to do this, but the best source is the API docs.

API docs

The API documentation is always up-to-date and contains an exhaustive description of all the classes in OpenLayers. It is usually the best and first place to go when you have a question. You can access the documentation at: http://openlayers.org/en/v3.0.0/apidoc/ for the ...

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