Map Display API Documentation
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Last edit: 2020.02.05
The Map Display API web services suite offers the following APIs with their endpoints:
The Maps Raster API renders map data that is divided into gridded sections called tiles.
- Tiles are square images (png or jpg format) in various sizes which are available at 23 different zoom levels, ranging from 0 to 22.
- For zoom level 0, the entire earth is displayed on one single tile, while at zoom level 22, the world is divided into 244 tiles.
Similar to the Maps Raster API, the Maps Vector API serves data on different zoom level ranging from 0 to 22. For zoom level 0, the entire earth is displayed on one single tile, while at zoom level 22, the world is divided into 244 tiles.
The Maps Vector Service delivers geographic map data packaged in a vector representation of squared sections called vector tiles.
- Each tile includes pre-defined collections of map features (points, lines, road shapes, water polygons, building footprints, ect.) delivered in one of the specified vector formats.
- The format of the tile is formally described using the protobuf schema.