Today we’re releasing Mapbox.js v1.6.1, which includes bug fixes, documentation
improvements, and a system that will make it radically easier to use plugins to improve your map.
This release includes an updated version of Leaflet, v0.7.2,
that fixes a shipped bug in Google Chrome 32.
Tristen pushed a total
redesign of the Mapbox.js site that’s faster
and easier to use: our wealth of examples is
now easily browsable and searchable.
API Documentation is essential, and we’re working on making it simple, connected,
and accurate. This revision refines the smart interlinking of articles so you
can instantly jump from a page about Mapbox.js to its references in Leaflet.
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