Using a server-side script to create a custom JSON feed, I am calling the object over JSONP to allow the widget to be embedded on a 3rd party website. Leveraging the elegant Galleria.io API, the creation of a slick gallery slideshow.
The Notification Center of MediaFactory is a page that compliments the iOS and Andriod mobile applications. The function of the page is for producers to create their push notification
How it all works: Working with RESTful API services that serve device location, this map populates with thumbnails that represent a device. Using the Google Map radius method which can be manipulated via form data or drag & drop, a producer can draw a circle around a group of devices, configure what they would like the push notification to say and where to swipe to, and schedule the notification to send now or in the future.
Who’s using it: Bell Media – CTV News, Network 10 Australia, USA Today, Filemobile
This map is associated with UGC media geolocation metadata. It uses marker clusters to denote groups of media located close together.
How it all works: To keep the JSON calls consolidated to a single server call, I created a custom JSON script with the proprietary Filemobile template engine (which is essentially a php abstraction layer) that gathers all the content into one script. From there, we initiate the Google Map 3 API and run it through the complimentary MarkerClusterer script that groups media with close geographic co-ordinates. For this iteration of the map, reliance on Google Maps jQuery plug-in was removed to reduce additional resource calls.
Who’s using it: Bell Media – CTV News, Hearst Communications, CBC Sports Day