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I'm developping a personnal project around the "concept of" interactive map.
On this interactive map, I would like to gather as many as possible of information related to one specific thematic.
I mean, I will represent static information (markers, geographical forms ...) and dynamic information (pathes, animations ...). The dynamic information and animations are scheduled according to a global timer (day by day, hour by hour ...). I may have several tens of thousand information per map ...
I've started prototyping the project using leaflet and some of its addons. Leaflet uses the concept of layers to manage different level of information or interactions with the user.
One of these addons is canvasLayer.js that I use for the dynamic part of the project. I can add a canvas layer to the interactive map and draw on this canvas. Being integrated to the leaflet map, this canvas layer is automatically managed when resizing, moving, spanning and managing the user interaction. But, to me, I suffer from a lack of algorithms for drawing all kinds of dynamic objects and then I have to implement most of them by myself ...
On the other hand , p5.js offers a huge amount of animation of all kinds (steering behavior, ...) that I would like to integrate in my interactive map.
Now I'm at the point to ask my questions:
Is it feasible to integrate the p5.js library in a leaflet interactive map? if yes ... how to do that?
I could replace leaflet by mapbox, as long as I keep the concept of interactive map.
I'm open to any discussion about different approach in order to reach the same goal.
Could you help me please?