Last week saw the launch of the OS OpenSpace Code Playground, an exciting new service that’s been designed to help developers with the applications that they are building.
Well over 11 000 API keys have been registered since we launched the service in 2009 and many users may have referred to the support documentation published on our website, such as FAQs, gallery, tutorials etc to find answers to any questions that they may have had.
One of the more popular support tools used by OS OpenSpace users is the Community forum, a place where developers can seek out answers to their questions. Users can use the forum to check previous threads, for guidance and advice – it’s a great way to find the answer that you are looking for. Experts from the OS OpenSpace community actively contribute to the forum, and as a result, it’s an incredibly popular tool. We thought you may be interested to see just how popular, so here are some of the stats.
Since launch, the open forum has received:
Don’t have an OpenSpace API key but would like one? You can get one here.
For those of you who are thinking about using, or want to learn more about developing your GeoVation ideas with Ordnance Survey’s API, take a look at the Code Playground. It’s a great tool!
So, that wraps up the OS OpenSpace news – please do let us know what you think about the Code Playground by tweeting us @GeoVation, and be sure to include the #OSdeveloper hashtag to your tweet!