|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|Interactive, thoroughly customizable maps in the browser, powered by vector tiles and WebGL|
|Mapbox Gl Native||4,265||381||36||a month ago||216||September 25, 2020||303||other||C++|
|Interactive, thoroughly customizable maps in native Android, iOS, macOS, Node.js, and Qt applications, powered by vector tiles and OpenGL|
|TileMill is a modern map design studio|
|Robosat||1,639||3 years ago||45||mit||Python|
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|Location field and widget for Django. It supports Google Maps, OpenStreetMap and Mapbox|
|Osm2vectortiles||470||6 years ago||74||mit||Python|
|Generating global vector tiles from OSM Planet. Please upgrade to OpenMapTiles.|
|Incubator Baremaps||411||2 days ago||38||apache-2.0||Java|
|Create custom vector tiles from OpenStreetMap and other data sources with Postgis and Java.|
|Label Maker||358||3 years ago||18||November 19, 2020||40||mit||Python|
|Data Preparation for Satellite Machine Learning|
|OpenStreetMap contributions from the data team at Mapbox|
|Mapbox Gl Native Android||207||a month ago||147||other||Java|
|Interactive, thoroughly customizable maps in native Android powered by vector tiles and OpenGL|
We are looking for people to get involved! Take a look at some of the current Feature Request Issues, and let us know if you can help.
TileMill is a modern map design studio powered by Node.js and Mapnik.
git clone https://github.com/tilemill-project/tilemill.git cd tilemill nvm install lts/carbon nvm use v8.15.0 npm install npm start
Scripts have been created that will do most everything for you. They were written for MacOS, but may still be usable for Ubunto and Windows with some modification. (If you are successful with Ubunto and Windows, please post an Issue to let us know!)
Installation Script Instructions
Full Installation instructions can be found in the TileMill Documentation.
It is also possible to run tilemill as a docker container:
git clone https://github.com/tilemill-project/tilemill.git cd tilemill docker-compose up
This will host a docker container which uses the port 20008 and 20009 for tilemill, tilemill is then reachable under http://localhost:20009 . Additionally, a postgis instance is started as well which is reachable under
host=localhost port=5432 user=docker password=docker dbname=gis
Docker hosted volumes are used for the containers, hence if you want to use sqlite dbs you have to interact with those to get the dbs into the docker container.