Posts tagged with Web-Mapping

  1. How to create web maps with Leaflet, React and functional components

    In this article I will explain how you can create a basic web map with Leaflet and React by using functional components without any third party packages. So i will strongly recommend to have a look at the Leaflet API reference.

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  2. How to create a Mapnik stylesheet for displaying any data from PostgreSQL/PostGIS

    In this article i want to show you how you can build your own Mapnik stylesheet for displaying any data from PostgreSQL/PostGIS. The Mapnik Stylesheet XML can be used for a tile-server with your custom style.

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  3. How i constantly track my location and display a web-map with all the locations

    Inspired by Aaron Parecki and who he has been tracking his location since 2008 with an iPhone app and a server side tracking API i decided to go for a similar approach. I wanted to track my position constantly with my Android smartphone and use the data to display a map with all locations i have ever been to.

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  4. Fetching and storing activities from Garmin Connect with Strapi and visualizing them with NextJS

    Step-by-step guide explaining how to fetch data from Garmin Connect, store it in Strapi and visualize it with NextJS and React-Leaflet.

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  5. How to create a web-map with OpenLayers

    OpenLayers is a JavaScript library which allows you to visualize easily geodata in web applications (Web GIS).

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  6. First steps with Leaflet and React

    Leaflet is a free JavaScript library that can be used to create web GIS applications. Leaflet uses HTML5, CSS3 and is compatible with all common browsers.

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