Tyler makes map tiles, and serves them, all day long.
Component Lead: Sam Lewis
Tyler polls an SQS queue waiting for a message telling it to make tiles from the images taken during a flight. The SQS
message must include a FlightID. Tyler grabs stitched images for the specified flight from gapi and creates map tiles
for them. It then uploads them to S3. Tyler makes the tiles using a Python application called maptiler. There are two
endpoints that Tyler provides, one to get all overlays for a flight, and another to get tiles for a flight.
Here are some useful commands that are available to you to help speed things along. These commands make heavy use of
docker-compose, so be sure that you have that installed as well.
Build the docker image.
$ docker-compose build
Start the built docker image.
$ docker-compose up
This project uses continuous deployment through travis-ci. Below is a table of what gets pushed to where.
Specific Environment Variables