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    Upload API

    Jelte Liebrand · 0 · Posted

    Hi there,

    I'd love to see a cli "upload api", which would allow us to 

    - upload new mbtiles

    - upload mbtiles to existing datasets (to update them)

    - ability to delete/remove existing tilesets from the cli as well

    - ensuring that any caches (on the CDN and internal servers) get invalidated as soon as a new tileset is uploaded

    - ideally having the upload go to a cdn endpoint as well (eg such that the upload is fast relative to where it's coming from, which in our case would be from aws s3)

    I understand you might be looking

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    Geocoding - filter by type of record (only place names)

    Stevo Krajanec · 0 · Posted

    It would be great to have a filter for "type" in the Geocoding API.

    I need to search only in settlements (towns, cities, villages, etc.) and don't want to get results mixed with rivers, peaks, streets, etc.

    Please add such filter into your APIs.

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    Analytics by Key, not Origin

    Jiri Komarek · 0 · Posted

    Firstly, thank you for building maptiler – I love the logo(!) and it’s just what I was looking for as an alternative to Google Maps.

    Our application is used across 1500 subdomains (and counting), so seeing the map usage by origin isn’t very helpful for us. What I’d really like to be able to see is the usage/analytics by key as that would really help me understand where maps are being loaded within the different parts of our application.

    Alongside this, it would be really helpful under Account > Keys to be able to see the Description that has been

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    Provide free Sample Code for Mapbox SDK

    Jiri Komarek · 0 · Posted

    Currently, I cannot find a sample code on how to use Maptiler cloud with the Mapbox SDK for Java or iOS. The only option to find a simple is to buy the source code of the demo app for about 500 USD.

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    Add a shapefile as layer

    Jiri Komarek · 0 · Posted

    Have a ability of input a shapefile as a layer.

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    Add Traditional vs Simplified Chinese Language Option

    Jiri Komarek · 0 · Posted

    Currently we can adapt the language on previous OSM map tiles to Chinese, but it does not allow for selection of traditional vs simplified. OSM has data for both languages, so it would be helpful to make this more easily accessible.

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    Upload dataset from GeoJSON file - NodeJS

    Jiri Komarek · 0 · Posted

    It would be awesome to have a Node library to allow a dataset upload from a GeoJSON file. Similar to mapbox-upload.

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    Support new formats

    Jiri Komarek · 0 · Posted

    Raster layers are fine but it would be great if MapTiler could import .shp, .gpx, .dxf files also. Also, the content of this site could be embedded in MapTiler (but the site should remain online !!) : http://www.maptiler.org/photoshop-google-maps-overlay-tiles/

  • Edit Style: Advanced changing of the map

    Jiri Komarek · 0 · Posted

    The easiest way to change the map design is to use the Customize tool. It is able to change colors of any layer, switch language or labels’ fonts. However, if you want to do more complex changes like hiding point of interest, defining an exact color for each road type, or adding own data to the map, you need more complex tool. It is available in MapTiler Cloud administration after you sign in, click on Maps and select any of it. Click on three vertical dots and select Edit a copy. This will open the MapTiler Edit style tool. MapTiler Cloud administration with Edit a copy Change map

  • Make own map design

    Jiri Komarek · 0 · Posted

    With MapTiler Cloud, you can change colors, language, and font of your map in a few mouse clicks. Customize tool link in MapTiler Cloud administration User-friendly Customize tool The customize tool is available after you sign in, click on Maps and select any of it. The Customize a copy button will bring you directly to the tool, where you can see a group of layers and color which currently presents this group. By clicking on the color palette, you will get a color selection dialog, where you can define a new color for a selected group. The color selection tool capabilities are operating system

  • Build mobile apps with maps using SDK

    Jiri Komarek · 0 · Posted

    You can create a mobile app with maps either using an SDK or JavaScript and HTML. You can also use QT SDK to develop desktop software. It is possible to combine map data from MapTiler Cloud with data from the OpenMapTiles project for off-line mode. Native mobile apps Using mobile SDK to create a native mobile app is mostly the best choice. The code is translated into native code and has lower hardware requirements. There are SDKs for both Android and iOS. The maps are encoded in the widely used and openly documented vector tile format. This means the tiles are compatible with all software

  • Load maps to desktop GIS

    Jiri Komarek · 0 · Posted

    Loading a map in desktop GIS software is simple. If you go in the administration menu on Maps and click one of the maps, you will see on the new page a map and few generated links. Use the link in the Web map service section. If you have the Free or Vector plan, you need to use a different method to load the map (read below). ArcGIS In ArcGIS, click on Add Data button and select the first option: Add data… In the file browser window, select from Look in drop-down menu GIS Servers option. Now select Add WMTS Server option by double-clicking and paste the generated address

  • Print maps & generate images

    Jiri Komarek · 0 · Posted

    If you need a static non-zoomable image of a map for your web, graphic design or for a print, you can generate it using one of the pre-defined styles or with your own design. Sign-in to MapTiler Cloud, select one of the maps and scroll down. There is a button Generator for static maps in the last section Static map as an image. Here you can generate your own map with graphical static maps generator or use it as an API for your own application. Visual generator The visual generator is very simple: you just set the size of an

  • Use maps interactively with JavaScript

    Jiri Komarek · 0 · Posted

    If you want to build a rich web map application and embedding a map using an iframe is not sufficient, you can insert a map into your web using JavaScript. After you log in to MapTiler Cloud administration, click on one of the available maps and you will see under the Use vector style and Raster tiles headers links to Examples of usage with different JavaScript libraries. Click on any of these links and it will automatically generate you the whole web page code you can directly use or modify according to your needs. For raster tiles, you can also switch on HiDPI tiles for use

  • Insert maps in websites with a simple iframe

    Jiri Komarek · 0 · Posted

    To display a map on your website or in your blog just copy and paste pre-generated code, which you can find if you sign-in into MapTiler Cloud administration and click on one of the standard maps. Copy & paste the pre-generated code to insert a map The code should be inserted somewhere between <body> and </body> HTML tags where you want to have the map on your page. If you are using a blogging platform, search for a button switching to HTML code and insert the code where you want to display your map in the text. After that, there

  • Host own geodata

    Jiri Komarek · 0 · Posted

    MapTiler Cloud can host your geodata. You can either create your MBTiles file by MapTiler Desktop or any other application. 

    Upload your map to MapTiler Cloud After you sign in to MapTiler Cloud, go to Tiles in the left menu and click on the New Tiles button. This will lead you to page where you can either drag and drop your map in MBTiles format or browse your computer for the file. Use with JavaScript After you upload your map, you will be redirected to the page where you can change the properties of the map like identifier or title. You will also get a link