How to build an interactive map using Amazon Location Service and MapLibre GL JS

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  • amazon-location-maplibre-js

    Interactive Maps with Amazon Location Service

    Then, create a new folder, img, in your project root directory. Finally, download the images from this repository and put them in the img folder.

  • maplibre-gl-js

    The open-source fork of Mapbox GL JS: Interactive maps in the browser, powered by vector tiles and WebGL.

    In this post, I will show you how you can build an interactive map using Amazon Location Service, as the basemap provider, and MapLibre GL JS, as the map rendering engine. The map will have navigation controls, a layer control, and a marker with popup information — the following screenshot shows the end results. You can use this project as a starting point for building a web map and customize it to display your stores, real estate properties, or places you have visited on an interactive map.

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