Earlier this year, we looked at Mapbox and how to use it to show a location on a map. I figured that now that we have a listing of park locations, it is time to look at mapping them. This might be a fairly brief post since everything that we are doing here has been …Continue reading "State Parks App: Mapping the park locations"
One of the things that I tried to add to my website, last summer was a map that showed what countries I had visited. I was never able to come up with a solution that I really liked but this week’s little experiment might fit the need. You might remember from our previous Mapbox post …Continue reading "Showing countries on a map using Mapbox"
Two weeks ago, we looked at how to embed a Mapbox map on a website. I figured that this time, we would look at how to mark a location on a map. We are going to look at two methods: dropping a pin on a map to show a location and drawing a shape to …Continue reading "Showing a location on a map using Mapbox"
So, you want to add a map to your website but you don’t want to (or can’t) use Google Maps? Luckily, you have a few options. The one that we are looking at today is Mapbox (which uses OpenStreetMap data). Mapbox has the benefit of a generous free tier (unlike Google Maps), and it’s pretty …Continue reading "You can add a map to your website without using google maps!"