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Hi everyone,

I'm planning to make my own tiles server (for the community) meanwhile I would like to use a tiles server for a new and small commercial website (for a couple of months)

I'm looking for tile server that is compatible with LeafLetJS and is free for low volume request.

Any recommendations ?

I've found so far (if you have any return of experience this is welcome too :) )

  • mapquest.com
  • mapbox.com (I've seen it listed somewhere but I don't found their page about tiles server, do they have one ?)
  • stadiamaps.com
  • or tile.openstreetmap.org ?



asked 08 Nov '22, 09:49

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Rick from C-137
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edited 09 Nov '22, 13:08

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Hi Rick, you'll find some more providers usable with Leaflet listed here:

If you use the tiles provided directly by the OpenStreetMap Foundation (e.g. tile.openstreetmap.org endpoints), please adhere to the tile usage policy to be found here: https://operations.osmfoundation.org/policies/tiles/

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answered 08 Nov '22, 10:34

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edited 08 Nov '22, 10:39

(08 Nov '22, 12:44) Rick from C-137
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