Introduction

Style Specification #

A style is a document that defines the visual appearance of a map: what data to draw, the order to draw it in, and how to style the data when drawing it. A style document is a JSON object with specific root level and nested properties. This specification defines and describes these properties.

The intended audience of this specification are Developers using style-related features of TrimbleMaps.

Style document structure #

A style consists of a set of root properties, some of which describe a single global property, and some of which contain nested properties. Some root properties, like version , name , and metadata , don’t have any influence over the appearance or behavior of your map, but provide important descriptive information related to your map. Others, like layers and sources , are critical and determine which map features will appear on your map and what they will look like. Some properties, like center , zoom , pitch , and bearing , provide the map renderer with a set of defaults to be used when initially displaying the map.

Last updated May 12, 2020.