Plugins and frameworks
Mapbox GL JS plugins are created and maintained by the Mapbox developer community to share features and functionality that extend the core Mapbox GL JS library.
Many plugins are maintained by the Mapbox developer community and welcome questions and contributions on GitHub.
User interface plugins (14)
UI plugins offer features and functionality related to map controls and other things that users can touch or interact with, like draw tools, map export tools, directions and geocoding controls, and more.
Integrates with ARIA-compatible screen readers for users with visual impairments.
Enables users to show/hide disputed borders.
Enables users to compare two maps by swiping left and right.
Adds controls for a ruler, style inspector, localization, and style switcher.
Adds a control to allow users to plot driving, walking, and cycling directions on the map. Directions API calls are billable by request.
Adds support for drawing and editing features on Mapbox GL JS maps.
Adds a control that inquiry altitude from terrain RGB tileset.
Adds a control that exports the map as a PDF or PNG.
Adds a geocoder control to Mapbox GL JS. Geocoding API calls are billable by request.
Adds a control to display an infobox or a gradient.
Adds a control that shows a legend generated from the map style.
Make multiple tile layers transparent.
Adds a control to switch between styles.
Adds a control to show a miniature overview of the current map.
Map Rendering Plugins (7)
Map rendering plugins offer features and functionality related to things that appear on a map, like advanced custom layers, map labels, data visualizations, and more.
Automatically localizes the map into the user’s language.
Hide and show traffic layers on your map with an optional toggle button.
Adds advanced WebGL visualization layers to Mapbox GL JS.
Adds large-scale WebGL-powered geospatial data visualization framework to Mapbox GL JS.
Render a geographic flow map visualization from a spreadsheet published on Google Sheets.
Textures, patterns, and shapes that make web maps work for people with color vision deficiency. Design colorblind-friendly Mapbox GL maps.
Framework Integrations (9)
Framework integration plugins can help you use Mapbox GL JS with external frameworks.
Utility Libraries (8)
Utility library plugins offer features and functionality for tasks like data processing and format conversion, synchronizing objects, or building with convenience methods.
Provides advanced geospatial analysis tools.
Manages layer groups in Mapbox GL JS.
Converts GeoJSON styles with "simplestyle-spec" to a Mapbox GL Style.
Determines if the current browser supports Mapbox GL JS.
Syncs movement between two Mapbox GL JS maps.
Create a choropleth layer from a CSV source and a geometry source.
Manage layers, sources, and properties with syntactic sugar and convenience functions.
Development Tools (4)
Development tool plugins offer features and functionality related to the development process, like inspection tools that give you insight into a map’s performance or data sources.
Adds an inspect control to view vector source features and properties.
A frames-per-seconds GUI control and measurer with statistic report output.
A frame rate control to evaluate map rendering performance.