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Google provides great API to create your own Street View and static map on your Web site. There are so many cnfusing ways to design and approach your Web features. These links are notes for further learning.
- How do Street View and static map works in Google services?
- What are some demos of the interfaces?
- Where is Google documentation on Street View, map, and Google Earth?
- What is Geocoding and where is the documentation?
- What are other map related services from Google? (see References section)
Dishes - Demos, Google Documentation Chops - Geocoding Info
This is a programmer's demonstration. Enter an address to get a URL for a static map. Made by Katy DeCorah.
Need a Google static map? You got it. Type in a location, customize, and get the map.
How to get static Street View image from Google, using it's own API.
This conceptual documentation is designed to let you quickly start exploring and developing applications with the Google Maps API. We also publish the Google Maps API Reference.
Google lets you lookup and incorporate info about a place you visit or highlight in your Web site.
Backed by the same database used by Google Maps and Google+ Local, Google Places lets you access detailed information about places across a wide range of categories.
The Google Earth Plugin is currently supported on the following platforms:
Microsoft Windows (XP, and Vista)
Google Chrome 5.0+
Internet Explorer 7.0+
Apple Mac OS X 10.5 and higher (Intel)
Google Chrome 5.0+
How to view user-contributed location photos on Google's Panoramio service.
Photo-sharing community. Discover the world through photos. Panoramio is a community-powered site for exploring places through photography: cities, natural wonders, or anywhere you might go. Panoramio is a showcase for the talents of its contributors, a place to see the world, and a community where members determine the content. Panoramio photos don't contain commercial messages.
Google's general developer page for API.
Google Maps has a wide array of APIs that let you embed the robust functionality and everyday usefulness of Google Maps into your own website and applications, and overlay your own data on top of them.
Build highly customisable maps with your own content and imagery
Create rich applications and stunning visualisations of your data, leveraging the comprehensiveness, accuracy, and usability of Google Maps and a modern web platform that scales as you grow.
The code behind the demo above.
The purpose of this post is to show how to implement a simple address search tool with auto-completion using Google’s Google Maps API v3 with both client side geocoding and reverse geocoding.
The search menu will propose to search for addresses in two ways: the first will be direct address typing with suggestions for auto-completion and the second will finding addresses by dragging a marker on a map.
Do you know that if you are using Google Earth program, you can also access StreeView?
In a href="http://support.google.com/maps/bin/answer.py?&answer=68384">certain locations/a>, you can view and navigate street-level imagery in almost the same way that you can in a href="http:/
Desserts References and More
Convert multiple addresses to GPS coordinates. NOTE: You'll need to get your own free API key to process a large number of addresses using this page. (Get a key: Bing, MapQuest, Google)
Sometimes you start with a human-readable address, and need to turn that into longitudinal and latitude data. This is called "geocoding". Here is Google API for Geocode.
Geocoding is the process of converting addresses (like "1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA") into geographic coordinates (like latitude 37.423021 and longitude -122.083739), which you can use to place markers or position the map.
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