I am currently using the worldmap node to plot lots of different things. No problem there.
I read the two forum posts that mention .kml files and am not sure they cover my required use case.
I have a URL that is written by a Windows application, it updates a .kml file every 1-2 minutes.
The URL is actually on an FTP server under my control.
I can use Google Earth and point it at the URL of the .kml file and set the auto update rate and it works great, but I don't want to have to use Google Earth when I already have my data on the worldmap... I want to add this new data stream to the same map as a new layer.
Worldmap hints at some sort of file drop function, but I don't want to have to have my users manually download and drop the .kml file on their map.
Is there a way to live stream/update worldmap with my .kml data?
@dceejay Any thoughts?