It's all about vector display on iOS devices using OpenStreetMap data. Scintillating.
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The talk is based on my toolkit, WhirlyGlobe-Maply, unsurprisingly, and an app I built for fetching vector tiles from the US OpenStreetMap server and displaying them.
The app, called osmmobilevectors, is on github and you can clone the repository, build it and put it on your own device. I mean, you're set up to do that, right? Of course you are.
Lots of interesting little bits and pieces went into the WhirlyGlobe-Maply toolkit to make this happen. I'll break it down for all three of my loyal readers next week.