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    Oops, typo. You mean assess, not asses.

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      lol! thank you very much, fixed

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      Its a very interesting idea! Is there a way to stop the user from zooming in more closely? On the demo website the tiles just disappear, if you zoom in too close.

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        hey! yes, it will depend on the client library you use, but almost all of them have a config for that. I will fix the demo, thank you!

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          With the new zoom limit, some collapsed locations can’t expand anymore.

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        mmm nice just went through trying this out the other day.

        One point to mention is that they are great on large scale data where you don’t want to send MBs of GeoJSON to the client.

        Here is the output I made to visualize potential broadband connectivity - http://broadband.cat/mississippi.html

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          they are great on large scale data where you don’t want to send MBs of GeoJSON to the client.

          this is a great key point worth emphasizing, you don’t only save on the data transfer, but also in performance, both to parse and to render a giant GeoJSON file.

          Nice work, thanks for sharing!