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Layers in React Maps component

27 Oct 2021 / 3 minutes to read

The Maps control is rendered through layers and any number of layers can be added to the Maps.

Multilayer

The Multilayer support allows loading multiple shape files and map providers in a single container, enabling Maps to display more information. The shape layer or map providers are the main layers of the Maps. Multiple layers can be added as SubLayer over the main layers using the type property of layers.

Sublayer

Sublayer is a type of shape file layer. It allows loading multiple shape files in a single map view. For example, a sublayer can be added over the main layer to view geographic features such as rivers, valleys and cities in a map of a country. Similar to the main layer, elements in the Maps such as markers, bubbles, color mapping and legends can be added to the sub-layer.

In this example, the United States map shape is used as shape data by utilizing usa.ts file, and texas.ts and california.ts files are used as sub-layers in the United States map.

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//tslint:disable
import { texas } from 'texas.ts';
import { usa_map } from 'usa.ts';
import { california } from 'california.ts'
import * as React from "react";
import * as ReactDOM from "react-dom";
import { MapsComponent, LayersDirective, LayerDirective } from '@syncfusion/ej2-react-maps';

ReactDOM.render(
            <MapsComponent id="maps">
                <LayersDirective>
                    <LayerDirective shapeData={usa_map}
                        shapeSettings={ {
                            fill: '#E5E5E5',
                            border: { width: 0.1, color: 'Black' },
                        } } />
                    <LayerDirective shapeData={texas} type="SubLayer"
                        shapeSettings={ {
                            fill: 'rgba(141, 206, 255, 0.6)',
                            border: { width: 0.25, color: '#1a9cff' },
                        } } />
                    <LayerDirective shapeData={california} type="SubLayer"
                        shapeSettings={ {
                            fill: 'rgba(141, 206, 255, 0.6)',
                            border: { width: 0.25, color: '#1a9cff' },
                        } } />
                </LayersDirective>
            </MapsComponent>,
document.getElementById("maps") as HTMLElement
);
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//tslint:disable
import { texas } from 'texas.ts';
import { usa_map } from 'usa.ts';
import { california } from 'california.ts';
import * as React from "react";
import * as ReactDOM from "react-dom";
import { MapsComponent, LayersDirective, LayerDirective } from '@syncfusion/ej2-react-maps';
ReactDOM.render(<MapsComponent id="maps">
                <LayersDirective>
                    <LayerDirective shapeData={usa_map} shapeSettings={{
    fill: '#E5E5E5',
    border: { width: 0.1, color: 'Black' },
}}/>
                    <LayerDirective shapeData={texas} type="SubLayer" shapeSettings={{
    fill: 'rgba(141, 206, 255, 0.6)',
    border: { width: 0.25, color: '#1a9cff' },
}}/>
                    <LayerDirective shapeData={california} type="SubLayer" shapeSettings={{
    fill: 'rgba(141, 206, 255, 0.6)',
    border: { width: 0.25, color: '#1a9cff' },
}}/>
                </LayersDirective>
            </MapsComponent>, document.getElementById("maps"));

Displaying different layer in the view

Multiple shape files and map providers can be loaded simultaneously in Maps. The baseLayerIndex property is used to determine which layer on the user interface should be displayed. This property is used for the Maps drill-down feature, so when the baseLayerIndex value is changed, the corresponding shape is loaded. In this example, two layers can be loaded with the World map and the United States map. Based on the given baseLayerIndex value the corresponding shape will be loaded in the user interface. If the baseLayerIndex value is set to 0, then the world map will be loaded.

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//tslint:disable
import { world_map } from 'world-map.ts';
import { usa_map } from 'usa.ts';
import * as React from "react";
import * as ReactDOM from "react-dom";
import { MapsComponent, LayersDirective, LayerDirective } from '@syncfusion/ej2-react-maps';

ReactDOM.render(
            <MapsComponent id="maps" baseLayerIndex={1}>
                <LayersDirective>
                    <LayerDirective shapeData={world_map} />
                    <LayerDirective shapeData={usa_map} />
                </LayersDirective>
            </MapsComponent>,
document.getElementById("maps") as HTMLElement
);
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//tslint:disable
import { world_map } from 'world-map.ts';
import { usa_map } from 'usa.ts';
import * as React from "react";
import * as ReactDOM from "react-dom";
import { MapsComponent, LayersDirective, LayerDirective } from '@syncfusion/ej2-react-maps';
ReactDOM.render(<MapsComponent id="maps" baseLayerIndex={1}>
                <LayersDirective>
                    <LayerDirective shapeData={world_map}/>
                    <LayerDirective shapeData={usa_map}/>
                </LayersDirective>
            </MapsComponent>, document.getElementById("maps"));