geobuf - A compact binary encoding for geographic data.

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Geobuf is a compact binary encoding for geographic data.Think of this as an attempt to design a simple, modern Shapefile successor that works seamlessly with GeoJSON. Unlike Mapbox Vector Tiles, it aims for lossless compression of datasets — without tiling, projecting coordinates, flattening geometries or stripping properties.

https://github.com/mapbox/geobuf

Dependencies:

concat-stream : ^1.6.0
pbf : ^3.0.5
shapefile : ~0.6.5

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