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im looking for way to build my own slippy map.

i read about it and realized that Tiles are 256 × 256 pixel PNG files.

and Each zoom level is a directory, each column is a subdirectory, and each tile in that column is a file.

but how i really do it, for now i want to work locally.. but in the future i will have to save it on the server.. but i just wanna understand the basics.

i need to see any example... or any good lead forward those things..

asked 20 Oct '15, 12:07

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edited 20 Oct '15, 20:14

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An example for what exactly? In both of your previous questions other users mentioned http://switch2osm.org/serving-tiles/ which includes a step-by-step guide. What exactly is still unclear to you?

(20 Oct '15, 13:00) scai ♦
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