MN-MAP and the changing maps world

Broadway Boogie Woogie, Piet Mondrian, MoMA

At the FOSS4G in Boston we presented one of our recent works, being the MN-MAP library. It is very easy to use and quite linear in its structure. During the presentations I started looking into the next step of the library.

MN-MAP poster at FOSS4G 2017 in Boston

First of all adding, between the talks, MapboxGL support as well as custom projection support via proj4.js (for geojson datasets only, but it’s a start).

I also started a full WebGL version of mn-map, enabling the only usage of WebGL as rendering engine, using the three main possibilities as of today:

  • Mapbox’s MapboxGL
  • Mapzen’s Tangram
  • Bentley’s CesiumJS

The work is still in progress and you will be updated soon!

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