It has been about a year since I released Leaflet.Deflate 1.0. Back then, I spent a considerable amount of time to whip the library into shape.
Leaflet.Deflate is in a good state. Downloads on NPM went up, the number of bug reports went down, people rarely ask for new features and seem to like it. There is no need for frequent releases, which is a good thing. It indicates maturity and stability.
Nevertheless, there is work to do now and then, resulting in the release of Leaflet.Deflate 1.2. The latest release contains two changes:
- You can now specify a
CircleMarkerfor deflated features. The behaviour is very similar to using standard markers. You can specify
CircleMarkeroptions using an object or a function.
- I fixed a bug that resulted in an infinite loop when calculating the zoom level at which we switch to the deflated version of a feature. The bug affected users using custom map projections only.
Beyond that, some changes do not affect Leaflet.Deflate’s functionality directly:
- I reviewed the README and fixed typos, improved the wording, and cleaned up some examples, and
- I updated the dependencies to their latest versions, which only affects you when you develop for Leaflet.Deflate.
With that, I will attend to other projects again unless someone files a bug or requests a new feature. All input is welcome.