t-rex - t-rex is a vector tile server specialized on publishing MVT tiles from your own data

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t-rex is a vector tile server specialized on publishing MVT tiles from your own data. t-rex is written in Rust. Minimal required rustc version is 1.26.

https://t-rex.tileserver.ch/
https://github.com/t-rex-tileserver/t-rex

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