Right now Leaflet can only add geometries with latitude and longitude values onto the map. If we have a EPSG:3857 point, whose x=-11819829 and y=4200860, how can I add it onto the map? If this point ...
I was inspired by this wikipedia image from the mercator projections page to hack around with leaflet. The idea was to interactively have your cursor move a continent and that it would be corrected ...
Assuming I've a point like this : POINT (751318 9760879) This point is in EPSG:27700 coordinate reference system. How do I convert the point to display in a map with EPSG3857 coordinate ...
I have a Leaflet map in default projection and a wms layer also in default (web mercator) projection. I would like to add polylines and a geoJSON layer to my map, but the coordinates are in EPSG4326. ...
UPDATE: LEAFLET fixed support for EPSG 4326 (LL84) in the latest betas: https://github.com/Leaflet/Leaflet/issues/1207 Leaflet says it supports EPSG 4326 (Plate Carree, aka ll84) projections. I think ...
I've read an API documentation for Leaflet on its site, but I can't realize: what is a default projection to view maps? It was written about spherical and elliptical Mercator and Equirectangular - so ...
I have a WMS server that serves layers in ESRI:102012 projection. http://spatialreference.org/ref/esri/102012/ It accepts GetMap requests with srs=EPSG:102012 parameter. My goal is to display a map ...
I am using leaflet maps to create a representation of a round-the-world challenge. I would like to add a polyline which heads east from tokyo and then appears west of south america on the map - but ...