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Oct 22, 2021 ⋅ 4 min read

React Leaflet tutorial

Leigh Halliday Leigh Halliday is a developer based out of Canada who works at FlipGive. He writes about React and Ruby on his blog and publishes React tutorials on YouTube.

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15 Replies to "React Leaflet tutorial"

  1. Very cool. Might it be a better practice to import the Map component as another name such as LeafletMap though to avoid potential future conflict with the Map data-structure?

  2. thank you thank you very much. It helped me a lot. Especially to solve errors with the marker. Nothing I had seen had worked for me but I followed your simple steps and it was perfect everything worked

  3. I am having a problem with the open street maps mapm having missing tiles and being jumbled up.

    I have a npx create-react-app with the app.css containing that leaflet-container then in the app.js I have the code below wotih the ottawa centric map I added an import ./leaflet.css as well trying to fix my tiling problem but that then gives me an error of:

    Module not found: Can’t resolve ‘./images/layers-2x.png’ in ‘D:\code\ComIT\ReactJS\comit-poject-robm\src’

  4. you have to update the map center with new position, so on click of marker u can get the markes (lat,lng) and set the same value to the map center

  5. When i put Map component inside my App.js (even with the TileLyer as Children and center, zoom props) i don’t get anything on my screen even that grey screen which is supposed to be shown doesn’t. Thank you for any help

  6. Please i got this message in my console and the map isn’t display everywhere:

    Failed to find a valid digest in the ‘integrity’ attribute for resource ‘https://unpkg.com/[email protected]/dist/leaflet.css’ with computed SHA-256 integrity ‘SHMGCYmST46SoyGgo4YR/9AlK1vf3ff84Aq9yK4hdqM=’. The resource has been blocked.

  7. Thanks for this tutorials, i’ve finally win a way to complete it. Now please how can i make the Marker to move when i’m scrolling and how can i can a name of a place automatically just with latitude and longitude. Thanks

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