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

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Wrapping up the application

Showing bird pictures from around the world is nice—but what about giving users the ability to show a photo with any tag they want? That's what we'll do next. So far, we've created a map that lets users interact with Flickr data. As far as we're concerned, we're more or less done with the interaction part. Now, we'll focus on changing the data source part. Currently, we're only asking for photos with the bird tag, but we want to allow that to be any tag.

An important concept in application development is to keep things modular. This basically means that we try to write out applications in such a way that we can take out, and put in, different parts without drastically changing the rest of our code. In this case, we will ...

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