This Node.js application acts as a simple MBtiles server. It opens one or more MBtiles files and serves them via express. Optionally, if available, it can also serve UTF grid files. By default, it creates 10 concurrent connections to each MBtiles file.
MBtiles is a specification for storing tiled map data in SQLite databases for immediate usage and for transfer. MBTiles files, known as tilesets, must implement the specification below to ensure compatibility with devices. are a convenient way to package.
There are several ways to create MBtiles files. You can use TileMill to create your own map and export it as MBtiles file. See also this tutorial. Alternatively, you can use MapTiler to create them from a number of sources.
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- TileServer PHP: MapTiler and MBTiles maps via WMTS. For a tutorial, see here.
- mbtiles-server: A very simple node.js server for mbtiles, which also served as an inspiration for this project.
MBtiles Server Serve one or more MBtiles as a slippy map in xyz format. Options -?, --help Help Display help information. -b, --browser Browser Open the browser automatically. -f, --folder Mbtiles folder Folder that contains the mbtiles files (default ./mbtiles). -m, --mbtiles Mbtiles file File that contains the mbtiles files to serve (default use ./mbtiles folder). -p, --port Port Port number (default 3344). -c, --concurrency Concurrency Number of concurrent mbtiles services (default 10). Examples 1. A concise example serving mbtiles from the ./mbtiles $ mbtiles_server folder. 2. As above, but also opening a leaflet page in the $ mbtiles_server -b browser, centering on the first mbtiles file. 3. Serve a specific mbtile file. $ mbtiles_server MY_FILE.mbtiles -b 4. Serve another mbtile folder. $ mbtiles_server -f MY_MBTILES_FOLDER -b