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Hyperlink - Leaflet zoom onto location using link and map.setView. Numbered Markers in Leaflet (JS Mapping) List markers and pan to clicked items. Blog · justinmanley.io. Geojson.io. Creating responsive maps with Leaflet, Google Docs. Note: This is cross-posted from Lee’s data journalism blog, which you can read over there by clicking here.

Creating responsive maps with Leaflet, Google Docs

Quick: Name five people you know who don’t have a smartphone. Stumped? Yeah, me too. The fact is more and more people have smartphones and are using them to keep up with the world. What does that mean for news app developers? One great way to do this is creating apps through responsive design. Then we simply add, rearrange, subtract or tweak features on a web page based on the size of the browser the user has when they are viewing the app. Maps can be difficult to manage on mobile platforms, especially when you add in legends, info boxes, etc. Mapbox. By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Scroll ▼ 221b Baker St.

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November 1895. London is shrouded in fog and Sherlock Holmes and Watson pass time restlessly awaiting a new case. "The London criminal is certainly a dull fellow," Sherlock bemoans. Aldgate Station Arthur Cadogan West was found dead, head crushed in on train tracks at Aldgate Station at 6AM Tuesday morning. London Bridge Holmes and Watson's investigations take them across London. Mapbox styleguide. LightBox and Leaflet to create an image gallery. Add multiple markers in leaflet.js. Leaflet.js map with marker options. Leaflet panTo (or setview) function? Zeck's Blog » Leaflet : gérer les layers. Après avoir créé une carte Leaflet (Leaflet, créer votre carte rapidement) et placer des markers (Leaflet : création massive de markers), voyons comment gérer les layers, soit savoir comment changer le fond de carte à la volée ou afficher/masquer les markers qui sont présents sur la carte.

Zeck's Blog » Leaflet : gérer les layers

Fonds de carte Il est possible de changer de fond de carte à la volée suivant le type de représentation que l’on souhaite. Pour des question de lisibilité, de représentation, ou simplement… pour le fun ! Le fond de carte, c’est l’ensemble des ’tiles’ qui sont mises à notre disposition par les fournisseurs comme Google Maps, OSM ou Cloud Made. On agira sur la ligne suivante : <b class="icon-leaf"></b> Test 5 - Add Custom Control Layer.

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<b class="icon-leaf"></b> Test 5 - Add Custom Control Layer

Creating your own layer controller to add and remove layers from a leaflet.js map - Rowan Winsemius. One of the questions I’ve seen around a little bit is how I can I set up my own layer controller for leaflet.js.

Creating your own layer controller to add and remove layers from a leaflet.js map - Rowan Winsemius

By default leaflet comes with its own layer control which is easy to implement, however what if I want to design a custom application, how do I go about turning layers on and off? Cartographie avec les couches Géoportail/IGN et Leaflet (cartographie, ign, javascript, performances, sig, vtt) Comme je le mentionnais dans mon dernier billet, les cartes sont un élément central dans mon dernier projet personnel sur le VTT dans le Revermont et j‘ai cherché (et je cherche encore) à soigner au maximum cet aspect.

Cartographie avec les couches Géoportail/IGN et Leaflet (cartographie, ign, javascript, performances, sig, vtt)

Pedro's Tech Mumblings: Custom Map Tiles (Part 2 - TileMill) In my previous post I've shown a really simple way of overlaying custom map tiles on top of Bing Maps using MapCruncher.

Pedro's Tech Mumblings: Custom Map Tiles (Part 2 - TileMill)

One of the problems with that approach is that it only works for raster files. If one needs to do more complex stuff like creating tiles with data from shapefiles, kml or databases then a different method/tool must be used. We have three challenges here: Change L.Control.Zoom position to 'bottomleft' - Google Groupes. Leaflet Panel Layers. Labs EasyBlog.It. Leaflet.Control.Search. Bmcbride/bootleaf. Utiliser Bootstrap Map pour vos applications JavaScript ArcGIS. Si vous avez parcouru ou utilisé la documentation de l'API JavaScript ArcGIS, vous aurez constaté qu'en rédigeant quelques lignes de code HTML/Javascript, on peut réaliser très simplement une première application web cartographique.

Utiliser Bootstrap Map pour vos applications JavaScript ArcGIS

L'étape suivante consiste généralement à ajouter des fonctionnalités plus avancées. Là encore, avec la richesse des exemples fournis dans la documentation cela reste assez simple de reprendre les morceaux de code adéquats pour les adapter à vos besoins. Une fois les premiers tests fonctionnels réalisés, il vous faudra probablement lever les mains du clavier et réfléchir sérieusement au design de votre application. Une connexion internet sur deux se faisant à partir d'un appareil mobile, il ne faudra pas oublier l'aspect "responsive" de votre application pour qu'elle s'adapte à tous les types d'écrans.

C'est généralement là que ça se complique, et encore, vous n'avez pas commencé à rédiger vos pages HTML, votre code Javascript et vos styles CSS ! Turbo87/sidebar-v2. Using Leaflet.js with non-geographic imagery - Oliver Marriott. Hey!

Using Leaflet.js with non-geographic imagery - Oliver Marriott

This was written for Leaflet.js 0.5.1, sorry, it might not work anymore but hopefully it's still helpful. The tileup gem should still be useful. I plan to update the guide when I have time. Leaflet.js is a free & open source javascript mapping library, akin to Google Maps. The tutorials show how easy it is to wire up something like open street maps and start mapping, but it's not so obvious how you can use Leaflet to explore non-geographical imagery (with non lat-lng coordinates). The steps roughly required are: Using leaflet.js to pan and zoom a big image. I recently used leaflet.js to embed a large image in a webpage and allow users pan over it and zoom into it.

Using leaflet.js to pan and zoom a big image

There's a Stack Overflow post about how to do this for a single image, but the anwsers don't have enough detail to make it easy to understand and do. The image I used was of a newspaper article. It's not big enough to need segmentation, but it's too big to show on a page at full scale. I need to be able to read the article text. Csessig86/tabletop_to_leaflet. How to interact with leaflet marker layer from outside the map.

Yohanboniface/Leaflet.TileLegend. SetStyle() function for GeoJSON features - Leaflet. Ok, since I already asked a very long question about this, but since it didn't get any new replies for a while, and not to get confused in details, I will keep this one simple the best way I can. If I'm not mistaken, a setStyle function for a named, particular feature would be as follows: ...which would change the color from orange to blue. Ajouter un fond de carte IGN à Leaflet.js : la-trace.com – Le Blog. Stefanocudini/leaflet-search. Custom tooltip. Norkart/Leaflet-MiniMap.