Last year was a rough year for GeoJS with a general downtrend in traffic to the service. Around mid-March, requests dropped by roughly five hundred million requests a day resulting in a 35% dip in traffic.
Only six months saw a traffic increase with the remaining six seeing negative growth.
Overall this isn’t a bad thing. Four years of growth is amazing for a product I’ve never advertised and I couldn’t be happier. GeoJS still serves around one hundred million requests a day which is a large percentage more than I thought it ever would.
Over 2021 GeoJS served 50TB worth of traffic to users with Cloudflare serving 13 of those directly from cache. I want to thank Cloudflare once again for providing the bandwidth they do.
There are no major changes planned for GeoJS in 2022 apart from a rewrite of the web app at app.geojs.io which I hope to release sometime later this year.