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geojson-vt - Slice GeoJSON into vector tiles on the fly in the browser

  •    Javascript

A highly efficient JavaScript library for slicing GeoJSON data into vector tiles on the fly, primarily designed to enable rendering and interacting with large geospatial datasets on the browser side (without a server).Created to power GeoJSON in Mapbox GL JS, but can be useful in other visualization platforms like Leaflet and d3, as well as Node.js server applications.

Shuffle - Categorize, sort, and filter a responsive grid of items

  •    Javascript

Categorize, sort, and filter a responsive grid of items. This project was inspired by Isotope and Packery.

VegaScroll - ↕️ VegaScroll is a lightweight animation flowlayout for UICollectionView completely written in Swift 4, compatible with iOS 11 and Xcode 9

  •    Swift

VegaScroll is a lightweight animation flowlayout for UICollectionView completely written in Swift 4, compatible with iOS 11 and Xcode 9. Add the following line in your Podfile.

tilelive - fast interface to tiles with pluggable backends

  •    Javascript

Tilelive is designed for streaming map tiles from sources (like custom geographic data formats) to sinks (destinations, like file systems) by providing a consistent API. This repository enables the interaction between sources and sinks and is meant to be used in tandem with at least one Tilelive plugin. Tilelive plugins (modules) follow a consistent architecture (defined in API.md) and implement the logic for generating and reading map tiles from a source or putting map tiles to a destination, or both.An example of a plugin that implements both reading (can be a source) and writing (can be a sink) is tilelive-s3.

openmaptiles - OpenMapTiles Vector Tile Schema Implementation

  •    PLpgSQL

OpenMapTiles is an extensible and open vector tile schema for a OpenStreetMap basemap. It is used to generate vector tiles for openmaptiles.org and openmaptiles.com. We encourage you to collaborate, reuse and adapt existing layers and add your own layers or use our approach for your own vector tile project. The repository is built on top of the openmaptiles/tools to simplify vector tile creation.

Windows Phone 7 Bing Maps CloudMade TileSource Sample

  •    Silverlight

This project is designed to be a sample of how you can use Custom map tiles provided by CloudMade.com in the Bing Maps Windows Phone 7 Control. This give you the benefit of using one of the many thousands of pre created map styles at CloudMade.com or creating your own map style

MSP Toolkit


Some controls and utilites maded by MSP. Including: [TrialHelper| Trial Helper] IsolatedStorageHelper TileGeneratot Single-byte encodings (e.g. Windows1251)



Mosaictor is a per project of mine that I started halfway my education. It is a photo mosaic creator using locally saved files and files obtained through Google Image Search. Currently, the quality of the code is as terrible as the project's name, so I'm looking to improve both.

contextily - Context geo-tiles in Python

  •    Jupyter

contextily is a small Python 3 (3.7 and above) package to retrieve tile maps from the internet. It can add those tiles as basemap to matplotlib figures or write tile maps to disk into geospatial raster files. Bounding boxes can be passed in both WGS84 (EPSG:4326) and Spheric Mercator (EPSG:3857). See the notebook contextily_guide.ipynb for usage. contextily is developed by a community of enthusiastic volunteers. You can see a full list here.

AdaptiveCards - A new way for developers to exchange card content in a common and consistent way.

  •    Javascript

Adaptive Cards are a new way for developers to exchange card content in a common and consistent way.Break outside the box of templated cards. Adaptive Cards let you describe your content as you see fit and deliver it beautifully wherever your customers are.

whoots-js - Request tiles from WMS servers that support EPSG:3857

  •    Javascript

Request tiles from WMS servers that support EPSG:3857.This project is a JavaScript port of https://github.com/timwaters/whoots by Tim Waters.

tilelive-postgis - Implements the tilelive API for generating mapnik vector tiles from PostGIS

  •    Javascript

Implements the tilelive API for generating mapnik vector tiles from PostGIS. Actual list of parameters you can see here.

go-staticmaps - A go (golang) library and command line tool to render static map images using OpenStreetMap tiles

  •    Go

A go (golang) library and command line tool to render static map images using OpenStreetMap tiles. go-staticmaps is a golang library that allows you to create nice static map images from OpenStreetMap tiles, along with markers of different size and color, as well as paths and colored areas.

offline-editor-js - ArcGIS JavaScript library for handling offline editing and tiling.

  •    Javascript

Maintenance Mode As of May 1, 2016 no new functionality will be added to this project. For additional details refer to this issue. If you need a fully integrated, robust offline solution that's officially supported, then please refer to our native ArcGIS Runtime SDKs for iOS, Android, .NET, Xamarin, Java, OSx and Qt.

raster-tiles-compactcache - Compact Cache V2 is used by ArcGIS to store raster tiles

  •    Python

The Compact Cache V2 is the current file format used by ArcGIS to store raster tiles. The Compact Cache V2 stores multiple tiles in a single file called a bundle. The bundle file structure is very simple and optimized for quick access, the result being improved performance over other alternative formats. This repository contains documentation, a sample cache and a Python 2.x code example of how to build Compact Cache V2 bundles from individual image tiles.

Leaflet.TileLayer.Fallback - Replaces missing Tiles by scaled lower zoom Tiles

  •    Javascript

Plugin for Leaflet. Replaces missing Tiles (404 error) by scaled lower zoom Tiles. Leaflet is the leading open-source JavaScript library for mobile-friendly interactive maps.

tilemantle - Utility to warm up your tile server cache

  •    Javascript

A tool to warm up your tile server cache. Give it a URL template, geometry, and list of zoom levels and it will request tiles incrementally to warm it up. Before submitting pull requests, please update the tests and make sure they all pass.

tilestrata - A pluggable Node.js map tile server.

  •    Javascript

TileStrata is a pluggable "slippy map" tile server that emphasizes code-as-configuration. The primary goal is painless extendability. It's clean, highly tested, performant, and integrates seamlessly with an elastic load balancer designed specifically for tile serving: TileStrata Balancer. Also, there's a built-in profiler and dashboard for debugging render times (read more). TileStrata comes with middleware for Express that makes serving tiles from an existing application really simple, eliminating the need to call listen on strata.

geopackage-mapcache-android - GeoPackage MapCache Android App

  •    Java

The GeoPackage Libraries were developed at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) in collaboration with BIT Systems. The government has "unlimited rights" and is releasing this software to increase the impact of government investments by providing developers with the opportunity to take things in new directions. The software use, modification, and distribution rights are stipulated within the MIT license. If you'd like to contribute to this project, please make a pull request. We'll review the pull request and discuss the changes. All pull request contributions to this project will be released under the MIT license.

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