FOSS4G 2022 general tracks

MapLibre GL 2.x - JavaScript maps with React, Vue.js, Svelte or Angular
2022-08-24, 14:45–15:15 (Europe/Rome), Room Verde

What's new in MapLibre version 2? We'll explore all the latest features of the library, including its new 3D capabilities. We'll also show you get started with MapLibre in whichever frameworks you choose to work in. This talk will be useful for beginners through to experienced web mappers interested in MapLibre.
Along with the 3D capabilities, there are new styling functions and also the move from JavaScript to Typescript to discuss. We'll show you some snippets of these new features and demonstrate the power of MapLibre.
For those getting started with web mapping or learning new frameworks, we will show you how to use MapLibre in your own application. We will introduce practical code examples in React, Vue.js, Angular or Svelte, creating a simple map component.
By the end of this talk, you should have all you need to get started building apps with MapLibre and the main JavaScript frameworks.

I am a computer engineer specialized in Geographic Information Systems. I worked at the Cartographic and Geological Institute of Catalonia (national mapping agency of Catalonia) for 15 years developing web applications with maps for various projects. Then I worked in an American startup called Tierra as a frontend developer. Now I work as Developers advocate for digital maps at MapTiler.

I am also an associate professor at the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona in the geoinformation master teaching subjects like IDEs, geoservices, web development, and web mapping development.

I am a member of the Spanish community of OSGeo and OpenStreetMap.

I am a software professional specializing in Java, JavaScript, and full-stack software design and development. I work at MapTiler, mainly on the geocoding services. I'm also an open source software and technology enthusiast and an active member of the OpenStreetMap community.