Today, we pushed some really great improvements to the Track pages on cloud.gaiagps.com. Here is a track from Jesse’s recent hike through Snow Mountain Wilderness.
Anting has been working on these improvements throughout this week, and now the track pages are a hundred times better than the first version. Here’s how they work in total now:
- improved the UI to look much nicer and work on various mobile devices
- display photos, notes, and other info about tracks
- switch base map between topo, aerial, and road maps
- edit track notes from the website
- download GPX from the web
- share by Facebook, Twitter, or just send a link
- various bug fixes
We still have a few improvements to make to the Track pages, including showing graphs and stats, and working on cross-browser display issues. From there, we have plans to make a public track gallery, improve the track list page, and add certain tools for wiki-izing and collaborating on data sets.