Render map tiles, query geospatial data, edit features and visualize data
Supports use of HTML5, CSS3, jQuery and other modern responsive web technologies
Comes with samples using Leaflet & OpenLayers, but works with many more
Use styles and layers to build dynamic rich maps using your own data
Put your web app in the app store so it acts like a native mobile app
Detailed base maps of the world via the Internet (third-party licensing may apply)
Shapefile, TAB, KML, File Geodatabase, SQL Server, GeoTIFF, MrSid and many more
Map Suite zoom levels make it easy to control what is rendered at different scales
Make it easy to call out points of interest or display contextual information
Take your data to the next level and visualize it with great looking maps
Watch our 60-second videos or visit the ThinkGeo Map Suite list of shared features for more
API reference, sample code, change logs and much more make our wiki the perfect learning resource.
Open 24 hours a day! Ask questions and get support from our dev team and other Map Suite users.
These illustrated guides to building your first Map Suite application will have you up and running in no time.
Help us write the roadmap for Map Suite by adding your ideas for new features and voting for your favorites.
Our support ticket system gives you individual, priority support when you need it most.
"We are in a rapid-prototyping environment. The Map Suite products got us on our feet with only a few lines of code. The mapping part of our application is no longer the hard part!"
Computer Sciences Corporation
*Use of Google Maps within a Map Suite developer SDK requires a Google Maps API For Business license and is subject to Google's licensing terms. For more information, please visit: https://developers.google.com/maps/licensing
Map Suite WebAPI Edition 188.8.131.52
Released June 23, 2015