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Canvas Masking in Leaflet
Democracy Street is a really interesting map which reveals the etymology of UK streets that have been named after UK politicians. This one can also be useful South Africa, printable vector map Adobe PDF editable V.2, full vector, scalable, editable, text format names. One clever design feature of the map is the use of a masking effect to highlight interactive areas on the map.
All of the featured roads & streets on the map are colored yellow. However the yellow roads on the map don’t show up so well when the map is zoomed out. To overcome this Democracy Street has used the leaflet.maskcanvas plug-in to highlight the areas around each featured road, ensuring that the interactive roads & streets can be easily spotted, even when zoomed out on the map.
The leaflet.maskcanvas plug-in is designed to show large data-sets on a Leaflet map. The plug-in effectively masks areas on the map except for the data points which you have added to the map. The leaflet.maskcanvas plug-in on Github includes an example map which uses the masking effect to show the radius around Berlin stations. The demo allows you to adjust the radius of the mask by any number of meters.
You can create a similar effect on Google Maps by using Vasile Cotovanu’s polygon masking library.
allows you to simply draw around an area on Google Maps and generate any shaped polygon to create a neat masking effect. You
aren’t restricted to one area and you can highlight as many areas
as you want on the map. Source.
The struggle for independence, land and power runs throughout Zimbabwe’s history. Veteran President Robert Mugabe has dominated the country’s political scene since independence from Britain in 1980.
Landlocked, the southern African country is bordered by Zambia in the north, Mozambique in the east, Botswana in the west and South Africa in the south.
Once the bread basket of the region, since 2000 Zimbabwe has struggled to feed its own people due to severe droughts and the effects of a land reform programme which saw the seizure of white-owned farms redistributed to landless black Zimbabweans which led to sharp falls in production.
Cash-strapped and impoverished, Zimbabwe’s economy faces severe challenges. Unemployment and poverty are endemic and political strife and repression commonplace. Many Zimbabweans have left the country in search of work in South Africa.