kandi X-RAY | react-mapbox-gl Summary
kandi X-RAY | react-mapbox-gl Summary
A React binding of mapbox-gl-js
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I'm trying to display the users position and the heading indicator in React-mapbox-gl....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-01 at 21:31
EDIT: v6.1.18 is released, and the GeolocateControl now has the showUserHeading prop. Therefore the solution below is no longer needed.
I figured out that as of 21.09.2021, react-map-gl hasn't included
showUserHeading within their props. I solved this by patching using this tool https://www.npmjs.com/package/patch-package
Here's the patch
Hej. I want to create a react admin input component MapInput where I'm given a map with drawing controls github. There I'm able to draw my polygon and get GeoJSON as a result, which I can then send to my backend REST API server (json-server).
My system consists of my react client program, and a json-server with REST API. Example for an area in my REST API:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-20 at 15:53
Your custom input component must display and allow the change of the polygon. This data is in the form state, handled by react-final-form. So you'll need to use react-final-form's
useField() hook to grab the input value and change callback:
My question is how to make a marker component draggable?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-16 at 07:47
React Map GL have a similar example in their docs:
On that page you'll find a link to "View Code", and in App.js you'll see the logic.
React-Mapbox-GL works in a similar way, and have the same properties you can pass functions to:
You'll need to set up your marker in a similar way to them:
I'm working website which uses a lot of markers. And for performance reasons I'm going to render only visible markers after each move. I'm using mapbox js library via react-mapbox-gl react library. Any advice how to get visible coordinates from map? Top left and bottom right visible coordinates is enough....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-05 at 08:28
You can use
I want to have a map and an input form on a single page. The user should be able to type into the input field, hit submit, and have the Mapbox component move to that location.
I have two issues, and I suspect they are related. When I type in the input box, the map component flickers after each onChange event. Second, when I submit the form, the geolocation is successfully fetched, the props are updated on the Map component and the map marker appears, but the map doesn't perform the neat animation I see when I just go into React Dev tools and manually update the props.
I know I'm a rank beginner, and there are a thousand things wrong with this I'm sure. I'd love if someone knows the answer to this, but I'd also be happy if someone could just point me in the right direction. I spend the morning looking over the React's "getting started" and "hooks" section, and took some React classes where you built simple apps, but clearly there was something fundamental that didn't sink in. Thanks!
Here is the NextJS page:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-22 at 21:06
Your sense that the problems are related is right on. One issue is that you're re-initializing the
Map component on every render:
I'm trying to use React Mapbox but I'm facing some problems with using the Layer component.
I'm trying to follow this demo: https://github.com/alex3165/react-mapbox-gl/blob/master/example/src/demos/heatmap.tsx
Or even the "quick start" demo from the main page: https://github.com/alex3165/react-mapbox-gl
And my map is showing but the layer is doesn't! Here's my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-19 at 07:29
Ok, so after some more research I found that the problem is in the last version of react-mapbox-gl (
email@example.com finally displayed my Layers and everything works fine.
I don't know what is the problem in version
5.0.0. Hope they will fix this soon.
I'm a new of MapBox and trying to make the same feature of googleMap 'Search This Area'.
In my imagine, I need the coordinate of user's view(left-top and right-bottom), then I can calculate if my points is in user's view it will display markers....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-21 at 14:11
https://docs.mapbox.com/mapbox-gl-js/api/geography/#lnglatbounds to get the bounding box of your current map view, use
The text in my popups is unselectable. I am able to close popups via click, etc., but when hovering the pointer over the text, the pointer remains as the hand icon, and never changes into the I-beam text selection icon. I've tried adding the popups a few different ways, to no avail:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-21 at 08:27
I believe it will be difficult to get to the exact cause without a running example. Here are some ideas:
- Use the same class they use in the examples for the content:
- Inspect the HTML and see if there isn't some sort of invisible layered element on top of your text. From the Browser DevTools, in the "Inspector" (Firefox) or "Elements" (Chrome) tab, by hovering the tags, you'll be able to see the bounding box of each rendered element like so:
- Similar to the point before, check for the
z-indexCSS property in the rendered element to see if something isn't layering on top of your content
Lastly, there's also the cursor CSS property which you can use to force the cursor's appearance.
I am using React Mapbox GL in my project and as i use Marker for about 10000 data points and performance is not that good. I have read the documentation and it says
Note: When rendering many objects, avoid using Markers as it will negatively affect performance. Use Layers and Features instead.
How to use Layers and Feature to display markers?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-09 at 12:44
Now, what's left over is to style these features. How you do this depends on what your markers previously contained, but for example, if you'd like to draw circles for each of the positions, you can set the Layer's
circle and under the
paint prop, provide values for
circle-radius (these are described in the mapbox-gl API docs.
You can see some sample code in the demos, for example the all-shapes demo styles data with circles.
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