**Tools and Data Sources** The calculator estimates flight emissions based on the [myclimate carbon footprint calculator.](https://www.myclimate.org/fileadmin/user\_upload/myclimate\_-\_home/01\_Information/01\_About\_myclimate/09\_Calculation\_principles/Documents/myclimate-flight-calculator-documentation\_EN.pdf) Data for CO2 emissions by country (2017) was downloaded from the [European Commissions’s Emissions... Source: 2 days ago
This is becoming increasingly simple these days. No need for AGOL. Saving your raster/vector layers in a cloud native format, Leaflet and a simple web server is all you need. Source: 8 days ago
You might wanna check out Leaflet (https://leafletjs.com/) which is a free, open-source library for interactive maps. Combine that with React-Leaflet (https://react-leaflet.js.org/) for seamless React integration. You can find Pond/Lake GeoJSON data at https://gis.mass.gov/ and load it into your map to make it interactive. Good luck! Source: 23 days ago
Leaflet was pretty sweet to work with. I'll also recommend if you end up adding JS maps to any live pages. Source: 25 days ago
I built this https://krijnsent.github.io/muralsonamap2/ with LeafletJS (https://leafletjs.com/ ), it has a base layer of OSM, but that did require quite some coding. Maybe there are some plugins based on LeafletJS around, that would be your best bet, maybe this one: https://wordpress.org/plugins/leaflet-map/ ? Source: 26 days ago
U probably need some maps API for js/nodejs, e.g. https://leafletjs.com. Source: 26 days ago
- integrations, optimization, caching http://cr2southstation.com/ http://cr2southstation.com/test https://leafletjs.com/. - Source: Hacker News / about 1 month ago
If you've got access to a JS developer, and can do this in a browser, then I'd recommend Leaflet. Source: about 2 months ago
Link doesn't load for me. But maybe you could use something like this https://leafletjs.com/ ? Source: 2 months ago
For instance: say you want to use leaflet JS to build a map, besides from a static script import, there isn't a great way to bridge that gap. If you need to interact with an external module in some way (i.e, putting markers on a map), then you're in for a bit of a painful time. Source: 2 months ago
I just found out about Leaflet, which covers a necessity I have for annotating maps and linking notes with physical places. I know a plugin for integrating it with Obsidian does exist and I wonder if a similar integration would be possible in Notion. Source: 3 months ago
Try leaflet. The planning firm I used to work at use it for public comments. Source: 3 months ago
Is this one area or multiple areas? You can embed maps on any website with https://leafletjs.com/. Source: 4 months ago
Comment from the author of the Leaflet: > So nice to see a sane, well explained approach to geographic boundaries — thank you @recifs! And a reminder to never ever use Natural Earth default boundaries, which don’t make any sense, promote Russian aggression and have no use in civilized society.  https://leafletjs.com/  https://twitter.com/mourner/status/1628342188823179266. - Source: Hacker News / 4 months ago
I have simply built JS charts from strings with Python, which I then send to a template. It's pretty gross, but it felt easier than learning any JS syntax, at the time. Not very obvious example, using ChartJS. And here's one using Leaflet JS. Source: 4 months ago
I didn't use exactly a tool, I'm a developer and it's mostly my own code, Based on the leaflet library. Source: 4 months ago
Tools used: R Leaflet package and the Regulations.gov API. Source: 4 months ago
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