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Month: April 2019

ThinkGeo’s Vector Map Library is now using WebGL

The latest release of ThinkGeo.js vector map library will be using WebGL. WebGL (Web Graphics Library) is a Javascript API that is used to display 2D and/or 3D graphics and it is fully supported in today’s most popular web/mobile browsers. With all of ThinkGeo’s maps being rendered using WebGL developers can control how and when features are drawn on the screen and in turn will experience increased performance with their map rendering.

Another result of this addition is that more data can now be displayed on your maps. Continue reading

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ThinkGeo Vector Maps

A sure fire necessity in GIS map creation is that you’re going to need a basemap.  Basemaps provide the canvas for your artistry; they allow for an immediate visualization of the geographical area you want your focus to be on and provide a background for the implementation of your data.

ThinkGeo’s vector maps are one of a kind. They’re fast, available online, can be cached offline and they look great too. They’re made up of vector tiles; but what exactly is a vector tile? Continue reading

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