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mapbox-gl-js - Interactive, thoroughly customizable maps in the browser, powered by vector tiles and WebGL

  •    Javascript

Mapbox GL JS is a JavaScript library for interactive, customizable vector maps on the web. It takes map styles that conform to the Mapbox Style Specification, applies them to vector tiles that conform to the Mapbox Vector Tile Specification, and renders them using WebGL.Mapbox GL JS is part of the cross-platform Mapbox GL ecosystem, which also includes compatible native SDKs for applications on Android, iOS, macOS, Qt, and React Native. Mapbox provides building blocks to add location features like maps, search, and navigation into any experience you create. To get started with GL JS or any of our other building blocks, sign up for a Mapbox account.

mapbox-gl-native - Interactive, thoroughly customizable maps in native Android, iOS, macOS, Node

  •    C++

A library for embedding interactive, customizable vector maps into native applications on multiple platforms. It takes stylesheets that conform to the Mapbox Style Specification, applies them to vector tiles that conform to the Mapbox Vector Tile Specification, and renders them using OpenGL. Mapbox GL JS is the WebGL-based counterpart, designed for use on the Web.If your platform or hybrid application framework isn’t listed here, consider embedding Mapbox GL JS using the standard Web capabilities on your platform.

tippecanoe - Build vector tilesets from large collections of GeoJSON features.

  •    C++

Builds vector tilesets from large (or small) collections of GeoJSON, Geobuf, or CSV features, like these.The goal of Tippecanoe is to enable making a scale-independent view of your data, so that at any level from the entire world to a single building, you can see the density and texture of the data rather than a simplification from dropping supposedly unimportant features or clustering or aggregating them.

mapscii - 🗺 MapSCII is a Braille & ASCII world map renderer for your console - enter => telnet mapscii

  •    CoffeeScript

A node.js based Vector Tile to Braille and ASCII renderer for xterm-compatible terminals. If you're on Windows, use the open source telnet client PuTTY to connect.

tileserver-gl - Vector and raster maps with GL styles

  •    Javascript

Vector and raster maps with GL styles. Server side rendering by Mapbox GL Native. Map tile server for Mapbox GL JS, Android, iOS, Leaflet, OpenLayers, GIS via WMTS, etc. Make sure you have Node.js version 6 installed (running node -v it should output something like v6.11.3).

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.

tegola - Tegola is a Mapbox Vector Tile server written in Go

  •    Go

Tegola is a vector tile server delivering Mapbox Vector Tiles with support for PostGIS and GeoPackage data providers. Return a JSON encoded list of the server's configured maps and layers with various attributes.

vectortiles - A native Haskell codec for Mapbox Vector Tiles.

  •    Haskell

Invented by Mapbox, they are a combination of the ideas of finite-sized tiles and vector geometries. Mapbox maintains the official implementation spec for VectorTile codecs. Raw VectorTile data is stored in the protobuf format. Any codec implementing the spec must decode and encode data according to this .proto schema.

vector-tile-query - vector-tile-query allows you to query vector tiles and return data values from these tiles

  •    Javascript

vector-tile-query allows you to query Mapbox Vector Tiles and return data values from these tiles. This module consists of one main function, and two utility / helper functions.Array of "tile objects" with tile zxy, query points within that tile, ids of these points, and vector tile pbufs.

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.

vector-tile-base - A very basic and low level library written in python for encoding and decoding Mapbox Vector Tiles

  •    Python

This library encodes and decodes Mapbox Vector Tiles. It is intended for use by developers with clear understanding of the Vector Tile format. The code is written as a pure python implementation with support of the google protobuf python format. There is an example encoding provided in examples and can be used to ecode a .mvt file.


  •    Javascript

That will make available two files: dist/Leaflet.VectorGrid.js and dist/Leaflet.VectorGrid.bundled.js. If you are adding these dependencies by yourself, use dist/Leaflet.VectorGrid.js instead.

mbtileserver - Basic Go server for mbtiles

  •    Go

A simple Go-based server for map tiles stored in mbtiles format. Requires Go 1.8.

leaflet-underneath - Find interesting features is in your map using Mapbox Vector Tiles data

  •    Javascript

With a normal tile layer, the user can't interact to find out more about a location, since it is a static image. With this plugin, you can find out what features are underneath the current mouse position, for example when the user clicks the map. This is done using Mapbox Vector Tiles, that are queried for features in a way that is both fast and reasonably bandwidth efficient.

Leaflet.MapboxVectorTile - A Leaflet Plugin that renders Mapbox Vector Tiles on HTML5 Canvas.

  •    Javascript

A Leaflet Plugin that renders Mapbox Vector Tiles on HTML5 Canvas. Take a look at this short presentation outlining what MapboxVectorTiles are and how this is integrated in Leaflet.

node-tileserver - A lightweight tileserver based on NodeJS for serving bitmap and vector tiles.

  •    Javascript

node-tileserver is a lightweight tileserver using NodeJS. It can serve bitmap and vector tiles and is designed as a fast and easy-to-install tileserver for rendering OpenStreetMap data. It works perfectly with an osm2pgsql database and Leaflet and KothicJS on the client side. See the OpenStreetMap Wiki or the Github repository for more information.

osm-analytics - OSM Analytics lets you interactively analyze how specific OpenStreetMap features are mapped in a specific region

  •    Javascript

OSM-Analytics lets you analyse interactively how specific OpenStreetMap features are mapped in a specific region. Say, you'd like to know when most of a specific feature type (e.g. buildings) in a specifiy country or city were added. This tool lets you select the geographical region of interest and shows a graph of the mapping activity in the region. You can even select a specific time interval to get the number of touched features in that period, and the map will highlight the matching features. Alternatively, one can view the distribution of features by their mapper's user experience. The tool also gives a side by side comparison of the map state at different points in time and lets you view which HOT projects may have includenced the mapping of a region.

osm-analytics-cruncher - Backend code for osm-analytics

  •    Javascript

Backend for an OSM data analysis tool. Uses osm-qa-tiles as input data. Alternatively, you can install and use docker and docker-compose.