Large scale geospatial data visualization
Promoting Industry Collaboration through Open Source and Open Governance
Vis.gl is a suite of composable, interoperable open source geospatial visualization frameworks centered around deck.gl.
Contribution
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Open Governance

vis.gl is under open governance, and anyone can join the open planning meetings. Contributor status is available and technical steering committee membership is available to major contributors.

Frameworks

The vis.gl Framework Catalog provides an overview of the various frameworks in the vis.gl framework suite.

Releases
vis.gl 8.4

Release Date: Jan 31, 2021
deck.gl 8.4
    MVTLayer - 2x performance via binary mode. TileJSON. Query Features.
    HeatmapLayer - GPU aggregations now include MEAN and SUM
    BitmapLayer - pixel picking
    All Layers - performance, rendering edge cases
    Interaction - mobile improvments, new gesture for 3D interaction, inertia
    loaders.gl integration - More control of loader autoselection
    @deck.gl/carto - enables data-driven map visualizations using CARTOColors
luma.gl 8.4
    TypeScript - types are now exported
react-map-gl v6.1
    Choose your mapbox API compatible rendering library: Mapbox GL JS v2, Mapbox GL JS v1, MapLibre.
    TypeScript - types are now exported
math.gl 3.4
    @math.gl/geoid - New module for working with Earth Gravity Models
    @math.gl/polygon - Improved support for binary polygons
loaders.gl 2.3
    loaders.gl is still on v2.3. The big 3.0 release is targeting vis.gl 8.5.

History
2020
    vis.gl Open Governance meetings started, under the auspices of the Linux Foundation and the UCF.
    Uber transferred a set of core vis.gl frameworks to the UCF.
2019
    Uber created the Urban Computing Foundation (a sub-foundation of the Linux Foundation), transferring kepler.gl.
2018
    Uber open sourced kepler.gl
    loaders.gl and nebula.gl were created.
2017
    math.gl was created.
    probe.gl was created.
2016
luma.gl was created.
2015
    The core deck.gl framework was open sourced by Uber.
    The core deck.gl framework was developed by Uber to support a wide range of geospatial visualization use cases across the company.

The vis.gl framework suite is an open governance collaboration under the auspices of the UCF and Linux Foundation.