tileserver-gl - Vector and raster maps with GL styles

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Vector and raster maps with GL styles. Server side rendering by Mapbox GL Native. Map tile server for Mapbox GL JS, Android, iOS, Leaflet, OpenLayers, GIS via WMTS, etc. Make sure you have Node.js version 6 installed (running node -v it should output something like v6.11.3).

http://tileserver.readthedocs.io/
https://github.com/klokantech/tileserver-gl

Dependencies:

@mapbox/mapbox-gl-native : 3.5.4
@mapbox/mbtiles : 0.9.0
@mapbox/sphericalmercator : 1.0.5
@mapbox/vector-tile : 1.3.0
advanced-pool : 0.3.3
base64url : 2.0.0
canvas : 1.6.8
clone : 2.1.1
color : 1.0.3
commander : 2.1.0
cors : 2.8.4
express : 4.16.2
glyph-pbf-composite : 0.0.2
handlebars : 4.0.11
http-shutdown : ^1.2.0
morgan : 1.9.0
pbf : 3.0.5
proj4 : 2.4.4
request : 2.83.0
sharp : 0.18.2
tileserver-gl-styles : 1.2.0

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