Simple map with basic features based on osm
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README.md

Simplestreetmap

Another open source frontend map based on OSM data. A demo is available at https://maps.ppsfleet.navy/toulouse

screenshot

Installation

Edit config.js with your own search, reverse, and tile server.

Edit index.html to import maplibre from your server or some CDN.

That's all, put it behind the server of your choice. For dev, I use PHP with php -S localhost:<port>.

Install a search and reverse server:

I use ADDOK: https://addok.readthedocs.io/en/latest/, it's quite easy to install and works very well with french addresses.

There are other. Qwant maps uses https://github.com/CanalTP/mimirsbrunn

Serving tiles

For a small server, there is https://openmaptiles.org/. Qwant maps uses a more complex stack, see https://github.com/Qwant/qwantmaps

If you don't want to host tiles yourself, maptiler or mapbox offer hosting solutions.

You can use ppsfleet tiles for testing, but only for testing.

Dev

It does not need compilation.

To check the code: npm standard --fix