Most plugins are designed to work with Mapbox GL JS, but should also work with MapLibre GL JS.
User Interface Plugins (14)
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.
Adds a control that exports the map as a PDF or PNG.
Adds a geocoder control.
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 (6)
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.
Adds large-scale WebGL-powered geospatial data visualization framework.
Render a geographic flow map visualization from a spreadsheet published on Google Sheets.
Layer Types (2)
A library for retrieving features from an ArcGIS FeatureServer or MapServer. This library makes tiled requests rather than simply requesting every feature.
A library for making it easier to use Esri services in MapLibre GL JS. Supports Esri Map Services (dynamic & tiled), Esri Vector Tile Services & Esri Vector Basemap Styles.
Framework Integrations (7)
Utility Libraries (8)
Provides advanced geospatial analysis tools.
Manages layer groups.
Converts GeoJSON styles with "simplestyle-spec" to a MapLibre GL Style.
Determines if the current browser supports MapLibre GL JS.
Syncs movement between two 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)
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.