Class: CesiumImagery

CesiumImagery()

A CesiumImagery Model contains the information required for Cesium to request and draw high-resolution image tiles using several standards (Cesium "imagery providers"), including Cesium Ion and Bing Maps. Imagery layers have brightness, contrast, gamma, hue, and saturation properties that can be dynamically changed.

Constructor

new CesiumImagery()

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  • 2.18.0
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Extends

Members

defaults :Object

Default attributes for CesiumImagery models
Type:
  • Object
Properties:
Name Type Description
type 'BingMapsImageryProvider' | 'IonImageryProvider' | 'WebMapTileServiceImageryProvider' A string indicating a Cesium Imagery Provider type. See https://cesium.com/learn/cesiumjs-learn/cesiumjs-imagery/#more-imagery-providers
cesiumModel Cesium.ImageryLayer A model created and used by Cesium that organizes the data to display in the Cesium Widget. See https://cesium.com/learn/cesiumjs/ref-doc/ImageryLayer.html?classFilter=ImageryLayer and https://cesium.com/learn/cesiumjs/ref-doc/?classFilter=ImageryProvider
cesiumOptions CesiumImagery#cesiumOptions options that are passed to the function that creates the Cesium model. The properties of options are specific to each type of asset.
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type :string

The name of this type of model
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  • string
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Methods

addCustomProperties(properties) → {Object}

Given a set of properties from a Feature from this Map Asset model, add any custom properties to the properties object and return it.
Parameters:
Name Type Description
properties Object A set of key-value pairs representing the existing properties of a feature from this asset.
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  • 2.19.0
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Returns:
The properties object with any custom properties added.
Type
Object

createCesiumModel(recreate)

Creates a Cesium ImageryLayer that contains information about how the imagery should render in Cesium. See https://cesium.com/learn/cesiumjs/ref-doc/ImageryLayer.html?classFilter=ImageryLay
Parameters:
Name Type Description
recreate Boolean Set recreate to true to force the function create the Cesium Model again. Otherwise, if a cesium model already exists, that is returned instead.
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featureIsSelected(feature) → {boolean}

Given a feature object from a Feature model, checks if it is part of the selectedFeatures collection. See featureObject property from Feature#defaults.
Parameters:
Name Type Description
feature * An object that a Map widget uses to represent this feature in the map, e.g. a Cesium.Entity or a Cesium.Cesium3DTileFeature
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Returns true if the given feature is part of the selectedFeatures collection in this asset
Type
boolean

featureIsVisible(properties) → {boolean}

This function checks whether a feature from the MapAsset is visible on the map based on the properties of the feature and the MapAsset's filter settings.
Parameters:
Name Type Description
properties Object The properties of the feature to be filtered. (See the 'properties' attribute of Feature#defaults.)
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Returns true if the feature passes all the filters, or if there are no filters set for this MapAsset. Returns false if the feature fails any of the filters.
Type
boolean

fetchIcon(pid)

Fetches an SVG given a pid, sanitizes it, then updates the model's icon attribute with the new and SVG string (after sanitizing it)
Parameters:
Name Type Description
pid string
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formatDateProperty(config, properties) → {string}

Given a definition for a new date property, and the properties that already exist on a specific feature, returns a new string with the formatted date.
Parameters:
Name Type Description
config MapConfig#CustomDateProperty An object that defines the new date property to create
properties Object key-value pairs representing existing properties in a Feature
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  • 2.19.0
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Returns:
The value for the new date property, formatted as defined by config, for the given feature
Type
string

formatStringProperty(config, properties) → {string}

For a given set of Feature properties and a definition for a new sting property, returns the value of the custom property. Note that since only static strings are supported so far, this function essentially just returns the value of config.value. This function exists to allow support of dynamic strings in the future (e.g. combining strings from existing properties)
Parameters:
Name Type Description
config MapConfig#CustomStringProperty The object the defines the new custom property
properties Object key-value pairs representing existing properties in a Feature
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  • 2.19.0
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Returns:
The new string for the given Feature property
Type
string

getBoundingSphere() → {Promise}

Gets a Cesium Bounding Sphere that can be used to navigate to view the full extent of the imagery. See https://cesium.com/learn/cesiumjs/ref-doc/BoundingSphere.html
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Returns a promise that resolves to a Cesium Bounding Sphere when ready
Type
Promise

getColor(properties) → {AssetColor#Color}

Given properties of a Feature model from this MapAsset, returns the color associated with that feature.
Parameters:
Name Type Description
properties Object The properties of the feature to get the color for; An object containing key-value mapping of property names to properties. (See the 'properties' attribute of Feature#defaults.)
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The color associated with the given set of properties.
Type
AssetColor#Color

getThumbnail()

Requests a tile from the imagery provider that is at the center of the layer's bounding box and at the minimum level. Once the image is fetched, sets its URL on the thumbnail property of this model. This function is first called when the layer initialized, but waits for the cesiumModel to be ready.
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initialize(assetConfigopt)

Executed when a new CesiumImagery model is created.
Parameters:
Name Type Attributes Description
assetConfig MapConfig#MapAssetConfig <optional>
The initial values of the attributes, which will be set on the model.
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isSVG(str) → {Boolean}

Simple test to see if a string is an SVG
Parameters:
Name Type Description
str string The string to check
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Returns true if the string starts with ``, regardless of case
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Boolean

isVisible() → {boolean}

Checks that the visible attribute is set to true and that the opacity attribute is greater than zero. If both conditions are met, returns true.
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Returns true if the MapAsset has opacity > 0 and is visible.
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boolean

resetStatus()

Resets the Map Asset's status and statusDetails attributes to their default values.
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  • X.X.X
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sanitizeIcon(icon, callback)

Takes an SVG string and returns it with only the allowed tags and attributes
Parameters:
Name Type Description
icon string The SVG icon string to sanitize
callback function Function to call once the icon has been sanitized. Will pass the sanitized icon string.
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setListeners()

Set listeners that update the cesium model when the backbone model is updated.
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updateIcon(icon)

Sanitizes an SVG string and updates the model's 'icon' attribute the sanitized string. Also sets the 'iconStatus' attribute to 'success'.
Parameters:
Name Type Description
icon string An SVG string to use for the MapAsset icon
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whenReady() → {Promise}

Checks if the asset information has been fetched and is ready to use.
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Returns a promise that resolves to this model when ready.
Type
Promise

Type Definitions

cesiumOptions

Options that are supported for creating imagery tiles. Any properties provided here are passed to the Cesium constructor function, so other properties that are documented in Cesium are also supported. See https://cesium.com/learn/cesiumjs/ref-doc/BingMapsImageryProvider.html#.ConstructorOptions and https://cesium.com/learn/cesiumjs/ref-doc/IonImageryProvider.html#.ConstructorOptions.
Type:
  • Object
Properties:
Name Type Description
ionAssetId string | number If this imagery is hosted by Cesium Ion, then Ion asset ID.
key string | number A key or token required to access the tiles. For example, if this is a BingMapsImageryProvider, then the Bing maps key. If one is required and not set, the model will look in the AppModel for a key, for example, AppModel#bingMapsKey
tilingScheme 'GeographicTilingScheme' | 'WebMercatorTilingScheme' The tiling scheme to use when constructing an imagery provider. If not set, Cesium uses WebMercatorTilingScheme by default.
rectangle Array.<Number> The rectangle covered by the layer. The list of west, south, east, north bounding degree coordinates, respectively. This will be passed to Cesium.Rectangle.fromDegrees to define the bounding box of the imagery layer. If left undefined, the layer will cover the entire globe.
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