When users pan or zoom on map and the new tiles are not already downloaded (not already present in the layer) a momentary whitespace is displayed.
This behavior doesn't change if the tiles are saved in the browser cache.
A similar behavior present in the lower map of this page https://openlayers.org/en/latest/examples/preload.html
Is it possible to add the preload as in the upper map?
It would be enough to preload and add the tiles closest to those displayed by the user. Two more rows/columns of tiles above, below, left and right.
I noticed that we are getting duplicate shapeCreated events in our map widget. We are considering adding additional components based on shape centered coordinates, and having duplicate events has stopped that approach.
How to reproduce: use the official KendoUI example straight from the docs:
open in Dojo and run, you will see 2 console logs for the same (and only) shape.
Bug seems to be present in all Kendo versions.
With a Jan 31 end date of Bing, I'm assuming Kendo Maps with Bing won't work after that. Will Kendo have an option in place soon or do we need to look at other options?
Obviously we need time to develop, test and deliver a workable solution to our clients by then.
Add marker clustering support to the Kendo UI DataViz Map control. If you are viewing a map with many markers nearby, they should group together so that the map is more pleasing to the eye. This functionality already exists in the Telerik Silverlight Map control and it would be great to see similar functionality here. Here's an example of what I want: http://demos.telerik.com/silverlight/#Map/Cluster
When a user clicks on the map outside of a shape (i.e. in an ocean) and drags to pan around the map, the click event does not get fired fired after panEnd.
When a user clicks on a shape (i.e. a Montana) and then drags to pan around the map, the shapeClick event fires after panEnd.
This issue is reproducible on the events demo page: https://demos.telerik.com/kendo-ui/map/events
The events reported when clicking and dragging on a shape, (bottom being first event):