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Your geomet documentation has nice web mapping examples, such as this one with the radar coverage (https://eccc-msc.github.io/open-data/msc-data/obs_radar/readme_radar_geomet_en/#available-weather-radar-data-on-msc-geomet

It would be useful if all your live example of geomet layers could come with the javascript (Openlayers or Leaflet) code that was used by the User Interface (map window). Developers would just copy and past in their web page javascript section instead of starting from scratch.

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We can consider this suggestion for a future version of the documentation. Thank you!

A simple workaround that likely most developers are aware of is to simply 'view source' of the documentation page to view the source code and how the layers are integrated into OpenLayers.Regards -- Alex
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Thanks for your answer. Of course, I can view the source code with my web browser / developper tool, but it's an additional step.

If you want developers to use MSC data and layers over other sources of data, you have to lower all the barriers and make their life simple. :)
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