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Leaflet plugins for working with a handful of the most popular ArcGIS Service types. This includes Esri basemaps and feature services, as well as tiled map, dynamic map and image services. Esri Leaflet is maintained with ❤️ by folks spanning multiple teams within Esri, but we provide no guarantee of individual features, nor a traditional product lifecycle to support planning.
A tiny, simple and fast Leaflet heatmap plugin. Uses simpleheat under the hood, additionally clustering points into a grid for performance. Each point in the input array can be either an array like [50.5, 30.5, 0.5], or a Leaflet LatLng object.
An extension to Leaflet that contains configurations for various free1 tile providers. Leaflet-providers providers are refered to with a provider[.<variant>]-string. Let's say you want to add the nice Watercolor style from Stamen to your map, you pass Stamen.Watercolor to the L.tileLayer.provider-constructor, which will return a L.TileLayer instance for Stamens Watercolor tile layer.
Put realtime data on a Leaflet map: live tracking GPS units, sensor data or just about anything. Note: version 2 and up of this plugin is _only compatible with Leaflet 1.0 and later. Use earlier versions of Leaflet Realtime if you need Leaflet 0.7 compatibility.
Make geometries editable in Leaflet. This is not a plug and play UI, and will not be. This is a minimal, lightweight, and fully extendable API to control editing of geometries. So you can easily build your own UI with your own needs and choices.
These use YOUR_LEAFLET_MAP as a placeholder; remember to change it to the variable name of your map. EasyButton version 2.x.x and up expect Leaflet 1.x.x or higher; for Leaflet 0.7.x use EasyButton 1.3.x.
It uses CSS3 animations to move the marker from point to point at a specific rate (meter per millisecond). For ancient browsers that don't support CSS3, the polyline is chunked into distance segments and moved per interval (not so great). The following code will create an AnimatedMarker that moves along line, assuming a Leaflet.Map called map.
As the minimap control inherits from leaflet's control, positioning is handled automatically by leaflet. However, you can still style the minimap and set its size by modifying the css file. Note: Leaflet version 0.7.7 or higher is required, but the plugin has been tested and verified to work fine with Leaflet 1.0.0-beta2.