The following tutorials explain how you can use the OSM2VectorTiles project. Feel free to submit an issue, if you think something is missing.
Quickly get started using OSM2VectorTiles to display maps in your browser. This tutorial explains how to serve downloaded Vector Tiles and use them in your browser.
Design beautiful maps in Mapbox Studio and use it together with OSM2VectorTiles to host your own map.
Run the process to generate Vector Tiles yourself. In this tutorial you will learn how to use OSM2VectorTiles to create Vector Tiles for your disired region.
Can't find your desired region in the downloads section? No problem, this tutorial will show you how to create your own extract.
Video introduction to vector tiles, the project and how to use provided vector tiles to create your own styles and maps. We recommend watching this video to get a broad overview what can be done with OSM2VectorTiles and then dig into the tutorials.
OSM2VectorTiles arose from a bachelor project. The original thesis is available publicly and if you wan’t to dig deeper you are welcome to read the thesis.
Presentation of OSM2VectorTiles at State of the Map 2016 in Brussels.
English presentation of OSM2VectorTiles at FOSS4G 2016 in Bonn describing the process of creating vector tiles based on OpenStreetMap data, what to look out for and how people can create their custom vector tile set.
The presentation of TileServer GL - hosting vector tile maps on your own server at FOSS4G 2016 in Bonn - on serving the OSM2VectorTiles as vector tiles for web and mobile apps, and as raster tiles for legacy clients like Leaflet and for GIS map service (WMTS) via the server side raster rendering.
German presentation of OSM2VectorTiles at FOSSGIS 2016 showing a general introduction into vector tiles and a demo how to serve your own vector tiles and create your own style.
Tobin Bradley created an awesome video tutorial series that will educate you more in-depth about web maps, vector tiles and using OSM2VectorTiles.