This is the second edition of this Friday, which has been rewritten to use the Google Maps V2 API.
About this Book
- 83 pages
- Release: P2.0 (2006-05-18)
- ISBN: friday
Google maps isn’t just useful when you’re looking for the nearest pizza parlor. You can also integrate Google Maps capabilities into your own applications. Draw maps, add annotates and routes, and geocode your data: it’s all in this concise guide.
Contents and Extracts
- Google Maps
- For Those in a Hurry…. Getting basic Google Map windows up and running.
- The Excruciating Details. Core objects, map controls, user data, evens, AJAX, and documentation.
- Core Objects. The low-level objects that define your interactions: GMap, GPoint, GSize, and GBounds.
- Map Control Objects. Panning, zooming, map types.
- User Data Objects. Adding your own markers: GMarker, GIcon, Info Window, and GPolyline.
- Events. Adding interaction to your maps: GEvent, GBrowserIsCompatible, GMap Events, GMarker Events, Examples.
- AJAX. DHTML and AJAX, GXmlHttp, Geocoder Web Services, Example.
- Where do we go from here?