Deploying your own Slippy Map
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- Google Maps Example shows how to use the Google Maps API to present OSM maps.
- Mapsui (github.com/pauldendulk/mapsui) a C# map component that accesses tile services through BruTile
Embedding OSM in a CMS/framework
You can embed OSM in your favourite content management system (CMS):
with OSM map embedded
|Joomla||OSModul||Module based on Leaflet and supports markers|||
|Mediawiki||MultiMaps||Uses Leaflet or Google Maps API (configurable)||Wikimedia Gerrit||This wiki!||In the tutorial|
|MediaWiki||Kartographer||Powered by Leaflet||MediaWiki wiki||Wikivoyage|
|MediaWiki||Maps||Powered by Leaflet||Manual|
|Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware||built-in||Via OpenLayers|
|WordPress||OSM WordPress Plugin||Also adds gpx and kml files||Download||Simple sample|
Sources of tiles
|It is highly recommend to contact the operators before using their servers! Respect their tile usage policy.|
OpenStreetMap tile servers
Alternative tile servers
Alternative tile providers (with their own usage policies) are available. Many of them apply different colours and styles of map details.
See Tile servers for a list of some tile providers.
Your own map tiles
For ultimate flexibility, OpenStreetMap also gives you the unique ability to generate your own map tiles — styled any way you like — from our data. See Switch2Osm.org for more information on serving your own tiles.