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If your data is OS Zoomstack then you can run a docker image I have built with GeoServer and Zoomstack already installed. docker run -p 3080:8080 ianturton/geoserver-2.16-jdk-8-zoomstack Then add http://localhost:3080/geoserver/wms to QGis Add the layer zoomstack and proceed as normal.


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You could move the data into PostgreSQL/PostGIS. This would allow you to make use of spatial indexes on the data and feature simplification in the database.


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Setting up a WMS for vector layers may be a bit overkill especially if you do not have experience setting up a GIS server, I'd recommend trying these two options first: For each vector layer under Properties>Rendering set a Scale Dependent Visibility min/max value. This will turn off certain layers that have many features at zoomed out scales. Large ...


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1. Create a BasemapLayer of type VectorTileLayer. var vtlayer = new BasemapLayer({ styleUrl: "https://tiles.arcgis.com/tiles/bFDgLqS5IyUBQLAd/arcgis/rest/services/Color_Basemap_with_Buildings/VectorTileServer", type: "VectorTileLayer" }); 2. Create a Basemap object with the BasemapLayer included in the layers array property. var basemap = new ...


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Except with OpenLayers, I don't know about out of the box solutions to consume Spherical Mercator tiles and display them with another projection. You should use Mapproxy https://mapproxy.org (a server side solution) to consume the tiles and serve them while reprojecting them. You can make WMS calls and behind the scene, the tool will stitch the tiles


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