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consider rendering offscreen #3
I haven't looked at the exact implementation yet, so forgive me if this is already the case.
It would be possible to render the map offscreen, e.g. in a worker process and then display it. By doing this, the UI wouldn't be blocked that long. Scrolling would have to be disabled or a new rendering attempt started (with the new zoom level) on scroll/move events.
Well seen, the
Next to the time spent on downloading, the main render-bottleneck currently is the initial processing of a fresh vector tile. The layers' features get filtered (no matching style -> out) and indexed via
That's such a beautiful piece of logic to be implemented :)