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To make the qgis2web export and the view within a browser faster you have also this possibilities: point/polygon layers: not all layers visible ("layers and groups") Now the user have the own decision, when he/she want to see a particular layer. point layers: cluster active polygon layers: - Minify GeoJSON files (remove unnecessary whitespace from ...


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You can avoid completely web map server depending of your requirements. I've made a recipe (using command line) to produce tiles using MBTiles where you only need a PHP file to serve tiles from a SQLite database so very easy to deploy on Heroku GDAL2Tiles if you prefer an approach with only a file system (hierarchy of directories with png files within) ...


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You need to store your map in various levels of generalization. So when you need to show the whole map in the first view, you would be able to show a generalized map which is small rather than reading the whole original big map. When the user zooms in you should fetch another map which is more detailed but still not the original big map. So by each zoom the ...


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You could potentially use qgis2web, but with a fair bit of preparation of the data: Resolution of your data could be an issue. If it's big, you might have to consider tiling it - support for tiling rasters was recently added to GDAL and is (I believe) supported in latest QGIS. qgis2web has no support for working with non-RGB rasters. It applies the selected ...


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Mapbox GL JS: If you need even more control over the styling of the popup (e.g. set background color for different types of popups), you can set a custom classname directly on the top level of the popup with: JS: new mapboxgl.Popup({ className: "apple-popup" }) new mapboxgl.Popup({ className: "banana-popup and-another-css-class" }) CSS: /* change ...


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