Wow, it's been a while. Between having my tonsils removed (which is not pleasant as an adult), to finishing up with my employer of 11 years and starting a new job, things have been rather hectic over the last few months, but I have found time to put together my third post on my GeoJSON adventure that I have been dabbling with for the last 6 months or so.
I set out on this GeoJSON journey to investigate the definition as a spatial format specification, and to see what I could get for free in terms of interoperability, and I have been pleasantly surprised by the number of applications that support the format.
In my first post on Tile5 rendering GeoJSON I was interested mainly on the map rendering side of things and what I needed to do to massage my data into GeoJSON to take advantage of that rendering.
In this third post I have taken the next step, storing my GeoJSON data in a NoSql database - CouchDB, and exposing it directly from the database to the client.