What is Mapbox?
We make it possible to pin travel spots on Pinterest, find restaurants on Foursquare, and visualize data on GitHub.
Mapbox is a tool in the Mapping APIs category of a tech stack.
Mapbox is an open source tool with 1.9K GitHub stars and 396 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Mapbox's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Mapbox?
168 companies reportedly use Mapbox in their tech stacks, including Instacart, backend, and Hivestack.
414 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Mapbox.
Pros of Mapbox
Best mapping service outside of Google Maps
Fluid user experience
React/ RNative integration
Low Level API
Great customer support
High data volume rendering
Decisions about Mapbox
Here are some stack decisions, common use cases and reviews by companies and developers who chose Mapbox in their tech stack.
Which will give a better map (better view, markers options, info window) in an Android OS app?
Leaflet with Mapbox or Leaflet with OpenStreetMap?
- Build native applications on iOS with the Mapbox iOS SDK or on iOS and OS X with MBXMapKit.
- Build native applications for Android. Use Mapbox, OpenStreetMap, and other tile sources in your app, as well as overlays like GeoJSON data and interactive tooltips.
- SSL maps
Mapbox Alternatives & Comparisons
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