QuakeFeed is a lightweight free iOS app that notify and alert users with earthquakes. It uses multiple sources, uses an interactive map, and contains a historical data back to 1900.
With its latest update, the app also supports wildfires, hurricanes, and erupting volcanoes.
1. Simple clutter-free interface
Bike Router is an interactive open-source map app that can help you plan your cycling trips. It allows you to set the start point, end point and several mid-points for your trip.
It calculates and display the path, distance, and routes on a map and a visual graph.
Designing maps might seem easy, but it is not, especially when many tools require certain levels of technical knowledge. A good map design can promote your presentation, website, and increase your work exposure.
Data scientists, business analysts, marketeers, advertisers, and many other professions require map design in their daily work.
CesiumJS can stream 3D content such as terrain, imagery, and 3D Tiles from the commercial Cesium
Pi Zero Bikecomputer offers you a complete open-source guide and tools to build your own GPS cycling computer with Raspberry Pi Zero (W, WH, 2W).
The project is the brain child of Hishizuka, who is a cyclist and a developer as well from Japan.
Pi Zero Bikecomputer is a GPS