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by NiMe
Service de calcul de trajet basé sur OpenStreetMap


MapHub · Create interactive maps

by Krome & 1 other
Make a guide, embed maps on your website, organize your geo-data

MapHub · Create interactive maps

by Spone & 1 other
Make a guide, embed maps on your website, organize your geo-data





Contribuer à OpenStreetMap | mart-e

by Monique

OpenStreetMap est à Google Maps ce qu’est Linux à Windows : une alternative libre de qualité trop peu connue à ce que la plupart des gens utilisent.


by Xavier Lacot
Where can the subway drive you to in 15 minutes ? Isokron gives you the answer in a graphical nifty way.


Mapzen POI Collector - the only iPhone OpenStreetMap mapping application

by nhoizey
"Mapzen POI Collector lets you add businesses, local amenities and other places of interest to OpenStreetMap – all from one free, easy to use iPhone application"

springmeyer / TileLite / wiki / Home —

by Spone (via)
Lightweight Python tile-server using Mapnik rendering and designed to serve tiles in the OSM (OpenStreetMap) scheme.

MapBox | creating custom maps in the cloud

by Spone & 6 others
MapBox is a suite of open source tools to create beautiful custom maps in Amazon's cloud.

A List Apart: Articles: Take Control of Your Maps

by Spone & 4 others (via)
We live in the era of Google Maps. What started off as an impressive refresh of Mapquest-style maps now fuels web mashups. With APIs official and unofficial, Google Maps is simple enough for front-end designers to embed and for back-end programmers to target. Along the way to becoming nearly ubiquitous, it has played a major role in the “democratization of mapping.” For the practical developer who wants to add geospatial information to a site or application, the Google Maps API has been an easy call.

Mapstraction - a javascript library to hide differences between mapping APIs.

by Spone & 15 others
Mapstraction is a library that provides a common API for various javascript mapping APIs to enable switching from one to another as smoothly as possible. Developers can code their applications once, and then easily switch mapping provider based on project needs, terms and conditions, and new functionality.

Tile Drawer

by Spone
Tile Drawer makes designing and hosting custom maps simple and straightforward. The project lets anyone run their own OpenStreetMap server in the cloud with one-step configuration and zero administration.

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