uMap

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uMap lets you create a map with OpenStreetMap layers and embed it in your site. All within a few minutes. You can create custom maps (see the examples at the instances' front pages). It is powered by open source, WTFPL-licensed software.

Instances

Tutorials

Screencasts

Showcase

Some of the more expressive maps made with uMap:

Pseudo-maps using custom locations, not real geolocations on Earth:

Development

Built using Django (Python) and Leaflet (JavaScript). It also uses the modules django-leaflet-storage and Leaflet.Storage.

Translations are available on Transifex: https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/umap/

Feedback and help

See also

  • geojson.io offers drawing geometries, displaying markers according to coordinate tables, overlay GPX or KML data, and finally share your map even privately.
  • ShareMap is a flash based online tool to create geometric elements on a background map (OSM among others), display GPX or KML files, import elements from OSM API via overpass-api and finally save the result in different formats for different purposes.
  • http://maps.inkata.com is a similar web service