Dive into the world of the Blazor Maps with a spotlight on these five standout features.

· GeoJSON data binding  · Multilayering options  · Multicolor mapping  · Drill-down layering support · Custom shape

GeoJSON data binding

If you want to visualize a geometric shape in a map with SVG, you can bind it to GeoJSON data. You can modify a map of the world or the United States to get the desired appearance. There are also built-in features you can use to adjust the design.

Multilayering options

A single view in Blazor can be generated with sublayers to include multiple geometric layers. Additional geographic elements of a country, such as rivers and valleys, can be rendered as sublayers. Moreover, each layer can be further explored by drilling down.

Multicolor mapping

The map shapes can be classified by setting their colors according to their underlying values. There are three types of color mapping: range color mapping, equal color mapping, and desaturation color mapping.

Drill-down layering support

Drill down a map to reveal shape data from another layer. For instance, selecting a continent will reveal all the countries within that continent.

Custom shape

Display personalized GeoJSON information on a map, showcasing the layout of buildings, notable landmarks, seating arrangements for flights and buses, or the layout of a cricket stadium using custom shapes.

Syncfusion Blazor Maps

The Maps control is designed for displaying statistical information pertaining to a particular geographical area. It can also be utilized for depicting geographical data and generating maps through GeoJSON data, as well as other map services such as OpenStreetMap and Bing Maps.