There are numerous reasons for preferring Bing maps to Google Maps; namely, because some roads are only up-to-date in Bing, some users prefer the design and features of Bing, and some consider them more accurate. My point being — there are reasons to prefer Bing.
With that cleared up, let’s take a look at Pinclusterer.
Data about the pins is served in an array of data, and the location is simply latitude and longitude.
The library works great with clustered pins — hence the name — by introducing a limit of how close together the pins can appear on the map.