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Maybe you can have a look at Tirex or switch2osm.org/serving-tiles/using-an-all-in-one-solution/
I don't think Leaflet supports this out of the box. However, I think you can implement such a behavior using events such as tileloadstart and tileload: http://leafletjs.com/reference.html#tilelayer-tileloadstart For example, you could start counting time the first time a tileloadstart is fired using setTimeout, and cancel it (using clearTimeout) once a ...
Use TileMill or MapBoxStudio or if you have lots of Maps/Charts in GeoTiff then MapTilerPro. For ArcGIS for Desktop you can use Arc2Earth Extension to create Tiles. Are you looking to create XYZ, TMS or MBTILES sqlite database? For mobile app use mbtiles. For web TMS, check out http://www.maptiler.org/google-maps-coordinates-tile-bounds-projection/ for ...
There is a little arrow in the bottom right of each custom baselayer thumbnail; click it and select "Remove Base Layer".
I think you are asking the wrong question ... Leaflet does the right thing: the tiles you see in your errors belong to your boundaries. To be convinced of it, please have a look at this JSFiddle where your boundaries are shown as a rectangle. You see that Leaflet only loads the tiles needed and that 14/4105/5993.png is shown
Google's table fusion might be a good place to start. https://support.google.com/fusiontables/answer/2571232?hl=en
You can try using GDAL2Tiles. It is a small utility that will convert your GeoTIFFs into a directory structure of small map tiles which you can just copy to your webserver. Once installed, you can use it like so: gdal2tiles --profile=mercator -z 1-8 yourmap.tif outputfolder This command will generate tiles from zoomlevel 1-8 outputfolder. You can then ...
We have developed a simlar Android Application that shows Map data in an offline Mode. To show the map, we used the Google Maps API for Android; The data came from a couple of MBtiles files. We used the code from https://github.com/cocoahero/android-gmaps-addons to display the tiles from MbTiles on to the map. In your case, the tiles are created by ArcGIS ...
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