leaflet-omnivore - universal format parser for Leaflet & Mapbox.js

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Leaflet supports the GeoJSON format by default. What if you have something else? That's where omnivore comes in.Omnivore also includes an AJAX library, corslite, so you can specify what you want to add to the map with just a URL.




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