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// Ported from Stefan Gustavson's java implementation
// http://staffwww.itn.liu.se/~stegu/simplexnoise/simplexnoise.pdf
// Read Stefan's excellent paper for details on how this code works.
//
// Sean McCullough banksean@gmail.com
/**
* You can pass in a random number generator object if you like.
* It is assumed to have a random() method.
*/
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pkorac / leafletGeoJsonTileLayer.js
Last active Dec 16, 2018
A really simple GeoJSON tile layer in Leaflet solution The original idea belongs to Koko A. but this is a really simple and minimal piece of code I found if you want to use tiled json layers in leaflet.js Read more about it below (in the script) and be sure that your coordinates are good in the geojson files (i.e. in the right projection).
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# GEOJSON TILE LAYER IN LEAFLET.JS
The original idea for this gist comes from Koko A.'s post on leaflet-js google groups
(https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/leaflet-js/d7ur-evSz7Q/p_B4ea_0K1AJ)
Use it at your own peril (
## The basic concept
- setup the map and the tiles as usual
- respond to the "tileload" event with a function that loads the json file (that has the same name - z, x, y - as the tile)
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