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There's an excellent new tutorial about named maps in this link


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For every unique sql request to your cartodb account, it creates a new "id". If you use the cartodb.Tiles.getTiles function, it will return an object containing the PNG url (tiles.tiles[0]) and the .grid.json url (tiles.grid[0][0]) Check out the example at http://docs.cartodb.com/cartodb-platform/cartodb-js.html#cartodbtilesgettileslayeroptions-callback ...


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I recommend you to take a look at this Maps API: http://docs.cartodb.com/cartodb-platform/maps-api.html The URLs are generated with your username and the layergroup ID. You can get it in the response of the system when you instantiate a map with a curl request like, for example: mapconfig.json: { "version": "1.0.1", "layers": [{ "type": "cartodb", ...


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It was a CSS issue. The handlebar template included a <small> tag which was styled to be white for other elements on the page (and thus didn't show up on the white background of the tooltip)


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The proper way in this example is to create the tiles with the command mb-util --grid_callback="" --scheme=xyz /folder/tile.mbtiles /var/www/html/my-tiles where "--scheme=xyz" is the standard. Furthermore make sure to call both the index.html as well as the utfgrid tiles from the same "server". So make sure to call http://localhost/index.html in your ...



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